Without strong interventions consisting of preparatory, containment and delaying strategies, COVID-19 will result in over 1.6 million lives lost in the US alone.
A decade ago, the government spent more than $1 trillion to bail out companies and stimulate the economy. What have we learned since then?
Some fake news also contains a mixture of correct information, which makes it difficult to spot what is true and accurate.
Intelligence Chair Richard Burr’s selloff came around the time he was receiving daily briefings on the health threat.
Is Modi’s government capable of managing the pandemic?
Coronavirus may fundamentally reshape some areas of how we live our lives.
By learning from a MERS outbreak in 2015, South Korea was prepared and acted swiftly to ramp up testing when the new coronavirus appeared there. Meanwhile, the U.S., plagued by delay and dysfunction, wasted its advantage.
Iran has become the poster child of what happens when the public distrusts a government that has a track record of being untransparent from the outset of a crisis.
Are these low case numbers due to the virus not reaching or establishing infections, is it due to effective border control, or does it reflect a lack of screening and reporting?
There’s a lot of negatives to find in the response to the coronavirus outbreak, but the flaws in the response represent learning opportunities.