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@benyt: 'How to ensure you don't get follow-up questions on Fox, apparently. '

2 April[ —]
twitter.com - Ben Smith
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@akumar on Twitter
@akumar: Somebody decided to invite Dr. Rishi Desai onto Fox. I don’t think they’ll be asking him back. pic.twitter.com/7BGXo5Le9r
@carlmalamud on Twitter
@carlmalamud: Somebody decided to invite Dr. Rishi Desai onto Fox. I don’t think they’ll be asking him back. pic.twitter.com/7BGXo5Le9r
@TomAshbrook on Twitter
@TomAshbrook: Doc: Speaks truth Fox: Move along Doc twitter.com/aalali44/statu…
@om on Twitter
@om: How to ensure you don't get follow-up questions on Fox, apparently. pic.twitter.com/nOUqw4ZVhO
@neal_katyal on Twitter
@neal_katyal: I never ever thought I’d say this in my lifetime, but....please watch this Fox segment. twitter.com/joshuapotash/s…
@frankrichny on Twitter
@frankrichny: Somebody decided to invite Dr. Rishi Desai onto Fox. I don’t think they’ll be asking him back. pic.twitter.com/7BGXo5Le9r
@fmanjoo on Twitter
@fmanjoo: How to ensure you don't get follow-up questions on Fox, apparently. pic.twitter.com/nOUqw4ZVhO
@sarahcpr on Twitter
@sarahcpr: How to ensure you don't get follow-up questions on Fox, apparently. pic.twitter.com/nOUqw4ZVhO
@JohnCassidy on Twitter
@JohnCassidy: How to ensure you don't get follow-up questions on Fox, apparently. pic.twitter.com/nOUqw4ZVhO
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@seanbonner on Twitter
@seanbonner: How to ensure you don't get follow-up questions on Fox, apparently. pic.twitter.com/nOUqw4ZVhO
@joshtpm on Twitter
@joshtpm: Lol yeah, I think your career on Fox is over twitter.com/joshuapotash/s…
@mmasnick on Twitter
@mmasnick: Somebody decided to invite Dr. Rishi Desai onto Fox. I don’t think they’ll be asking him back. pic.twitter.com/7BGXo5Le9r
@davidfrum on Twitter
@davidfrum: How to ensure you don't get follow-up questions on Fox, apparently. pic.twitter.com/nOUqw4ZVhO
@HeerJeet on Twitter
@HeerJeet: Amazing twitter.com/benyt/status/1…
@MollyJongFast on Twitter
@MollyJongFast: This is amazing twitter.com/benyt/status/1…
@darth on Twitter
@darth: her face twitter.com/aalali44/statu…
@WalterIsaacson on Twitter
@WalterIsaacson: Somebody decided to invite Dr. Rishi Desai onto Fox. I don’t think they’ll be asking him back. pic.twitter.com/7BGXo5Le9r
@JoyAnnReid on Twitter
@JoyAnnReid: How to ensure you don't get follow-up questions on Fox, apparently. pic.twitter.com/nOUqw4ZVhO
@Pistachio on Twitter
@Pistachio: Somebody decided to invite Dr. Rishi Desai onto Fox. I don’t think they’ll be asking him back. pic.twitter.com/7BGXo5Le9r
@davidfolkenflik on Twitter
@davidfolkenflik: Dying to know what Martha MacCallum was hearing from the Fox News control booth when she cuts this interview off at the end. pic.twitter.com/pOX6bGHyPW
@dandrezner on Twitter
@dandrezner: How to ensure you don't get follow-up questions on Fox, apparently. pic.twitter.com/nOUqw4ZVhO
@cwarzel on Twitter
@cwarzel: How to ensure you don't get follow-up questions on Fox, apparently. pic.twitter.com/nOUqw4ZVhO
@broderick on Twitter
@broderick: How to ensure you don't get follow-up questions on Fox, apparently. pic.twitter.com/nOUqw4ZVhO
@benyt on Twitter
@benyt: How to ensure you don't get follow-up questions on Fox, apparently. pic.twitter.com/nOUqw4ZVhO

Florida religious services exempt from stay-at-home executive order

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2 April[ —]
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said religious services conducted in churches, synagogues and houses of worship are “essential business” and therefore exempt from this stay-at-home executive order announced this afternoon. 
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@EvolvingJuan on Twitter
@EvolvingJuan: Utter madness twitter.com/CNN/status/124…
@JohnCassidy on Twitter
@JohnCassidy: Worst of the worst. twitter.com/CNN/status/124…
@DrLeanaWen on Twitter
@DrLeanaWen: This just defies public health and common sense. #covid19 doesn’t discriminate. It’s a virus that spreads from person-to-person, through close contact, no matter the setting. twitter.com/cnn/status/124…
@jeffjarvis on Twitter
@jeffjarvis: ‼️STUPID move by @GovRonDeSantis. SINGING may aerosolize #coronavirus, enhancing its ability to spread. #SouthKorea's outbreak of #COVID19 started in a church group, and a choir group in #WA state got infected via asymptomatic spread while rehearsing. #CoronavirusPandemic twitter.com/CNN/status/124…
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@Pistachio on Twitter
@Pistachio: i’d say they are gambling with parishioners lives, but that’s not true, because *sometimes* gamblers win. there’s no upside win to be had here. there’s no no absolution. if you congregate, people, people will die. your people. your community, but also bystanding others. twitter.com/cnn/status/124…
@Amy_Siskind on Twitter
@Amy_Siskind: DeSantis is like a less competent Trump. And it's hard to find anyone less competent. twitter.com/CNN/status/124…

FDA drops objections but error rates could be substantial - The Washington Post

2 April[ —]
Abbott Labs to send first of its new coronavirus tests to beleaguered Detroit, as companies and research institutions scramble to come up with tests that the FDA will allow to detect the COVID-19 virus.
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@akumar on Twitter
@akumar: Enervating twitter.com/jfagone/status…
@charlesornstein on Twitter
@charlesornstein: Health experts say the new 5-minute tests need to go to hotspots first: "Hot zones need them the most." So why has the Trump administration has decided to prioritize sending them to the *South and rural areas*? washingtonpost.com/health/2020/04…
@carlzimmer on Twitter
@carlzimmer: Detroit's mayor woke up Abbott Lab's chairman to beg for rapid covid-19 tests. WH officials may steer some to the South and states w/ few cases. A look at the contest for one of the most promising tools in the outbreak. @StevenMufson @eilperin @jdawsey1 wapo.st/3aHeZs0
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@froomkin on Twitter
@froomkin: Here's an official saying the White House plans to send the new, fast tests "to the South and low density areas.” And here's a health expert saying WTF: It "would have to part of a plan with a scientific rationale. And I haven’t seen one at this point.” washingtonpost.com/health/2020/04… pic.twitter.com/vXNk2Hlgli
@froomkin on Twitter
@froomkin: Health experts say the new 5-minute tests need to go to hotspots first: "Hot zones need them the most." So why has the Trump administration has decided to prioritize sending them to the *South and rural areas*? washingtonpost.com/health/2020/04…
@normative on Twitter
@normative: Health experts say the new 5-minute tests need to go to hotspots first: "Hot zones need them the most." So why has the Trump administration has decided to prioritize sending them to the *South and rural areas*? washingtonpost.com/health/2020/04…
@thegarance on Twitter
@thegarance: Health experts say the new 5-minute tests need to go to hotspots first: "Hot zones need them the most." So why has the Trump administration has decided to prioritize sending them to the *South and rural areas*? washingtonpost.com/health/2020/04…
@marynmck on Twitter
@marynmck: Detroit's mayor woke up Abbott Lab's chairman to beg for rapid covid-19 tests. WH officials may steer some to the South and states w/ few cases. A look at the contest for one of the most promising tools in the outbreak. @StevenMufson @eilperin @jdawsey1 wapo.st/3aHeZs0
@kurteichenwald on Twitter
@kurteichenwald: Against the advice of health experts, the Trump admin wants to send new rapid coronavirus tests to rural GOP states with few cases instead of blue cities and states with lots of cases. washingtonpost.com/health/2020/04…
@Fahrenthold on Twitter
@Fahrenthold: Against the advice of health experts, the Trump admin wants to send new rapid coronavirus tests to rural GOP states with few cases instead of blue cities and states with lots of cases. washingtonpost.com/health/2020/04…
@DavidCornDC on Twitter
@DavidCornDC: Health experts say the new 5-minute tests need to go to hotspots first: "Hot zones need them the most." So why has the Trump administration has decided to prioritize sending them to the *South and rural areas*? washingtonpost.com/health/2020/04…
@ericuman on Twitter
@ericuman: Here's an official saying the White House plans to send the new, fast tests "to the South and low density areas.” And here's a health expert saying WTF: It "would have to part of a plan with a scientific rationale. And I haven’t seen one at this point.” washingtonpost.com/health/2020/04… pic.twitter.com/vXNk2Hlgli
@ericuman on Twitter
@ericuman: Health experts say the new 5-minute tests need to go to hotspots first: "Hot zones need them the most." So why has the Trump administration has decided to prioritize sending them to the *South and rural areas*? washingtonpost.com/health/2020/04…
@davidfolkenflik on Twitter
@davidfolkenflik: Detroit's mayor woke up Abbott Lab's chairman to beg for rapid covid-19 tests. WH officials may steer some to the South and states w/ few cases. A look at the contest for one of the most promising tools in the outbreak. @StevenMufson @eilperin @jdawsey1 wapo.st/3aHeZs0

Secret Service signs contract this week to rent golf carts in town of Trump club - The Washington Post

2 April[ —]
washingtonpost.com - David A. Fahrenthold
The contract does not mention President Trump but mirrors past agreements involving agents protecting him on golf outings.
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@TomAshbrook on Twitter
@TomAshbrook: NEW: In the middle of a pandemic, this week the Secret Service signed a $45,000 "emergency order" to rent golf carts in Sterling, Va. -- home of @realdonaldtrump's Virginia golf club. In the past, such rentals have preceded presidential golf trips. washingtonpost.com/politics/amid-…
@DrNancyMD on Twitter
@DrNancyMD: NEW: In the middle of a pandemic, this week the Secret Service signed a $45,000 "emergency order" to rent golf carts in Sterling, Va. -- home of @realdonaldtrump's Virginia golf club. In the past, such rentals have preceded presidential golf trips. washingtonpost.com/politics/amid-…
@gkilday on Twitter
@gkilday: NEW: In the middle of a pandemic, this week the Secret Service signed a $45,000 "emergency order" to rent golf carts in Sterling, Va. -- home of @realdonaldtrump's Virginia golf club. In the past, such rentals have preceded presidential golf trips. washingtonpost.com/politics/amid-…
@JohnCassidy on Twitter
@JohnCassidy: Paging Marie Antoinette twitter.com/Fahrenthold/st…
@cindygallop on Twitter
@cindygallop: The Secret Service signed this contract two days ago. It went into effect today. twitter.com/Fahrenthold/st…
@JamesGleick on Twitter
@JamesGleick: An “emergency order” during the pandemic for golf carts at Trump’s club. Will someone explain? twitter.com/Fahrenthold/st…
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@kurteichenwald on Twitter
@kurteichenwald: NEW: In the middle of a pandemic, this week the Secret Service signed a $45,000 "emergency order" to rent golf carts in Sterling, Va. -- home of @realdonaldtrump's Virginia golf club. In the past, such rentals have preceded presidential golf trips. washingtonpost.com/politics/amid-…
@rachelsklar on Twitter
@rachelsklar: NEW: In the middle of a pandemic, this week the Secret Service signed a $45,000 "emergency order" to rent golf carts in Sterling, Va. -- home of @realdonaldtrump's Virginia golf club. In the past, such rentals have preceded presidential golf trips. washingtonpost.com/politics/amid-…
@alex on Twitter
@alex: NEW: In the middle of a pandemic, this week the Secret Service signed a $45,000 "emergency order" to rent golf carts in Sterling, Va. -- home of @realdonaldtrump's Virginia golf club. In the past, such rentals have preceded presidential golf trips. washingtonpost.com/politics/amid-…
@kvox on Twitter
@kvox: Paging Marie Antoinette twitter.com/Fahrenthold/st…
@blakehounshell on Twitter
@blakehounshell: NEW: In the middle of a pandemic, this week the Secret Service signed a $45,000 "emergency order" to rent golf carts in Sterling, Va. -- home of @realdonaldtrump's Virginia golf club. In the past, such rentals have preceded presidential golf trips. washingtonpost.com/politics/amid-…
@jason_kint on Twitter
@jason_kint: NEW: In the middle of a pandemic, this week the Secret Service signed a $45,000 "emergency order" to rent golf carts in Sterling, Va. -- home of @realdonaldtrump's Virginia golf club. In the past, such rentals have preceded presidential golf trips. washingtonpost.com/politics/amid-…
@Fahrenthold on Twitter
@Fahrenthold: The Secret Service signed this contract two days ago. It went into effect today. twitter.com/Fahrenthold/st…
@MaddowBlog on Twitter
@MaddowBlog: NEW: In the middle of a pandemic, this week the Secret Service signed a $45,000 "emergency order" to rent golf carts in Sterling, Va. -- home of @realdonaldtrump's Virginia golf club. In the past, such rentals have preceded presidential golf trips. washingtonpost.com/politics/amid-…

With Covid-19, we've made it to the life raft. Dry land is far away - STAT

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2 April[ —]
statnews.com - Marc Lipsitch and Yonatan Grad
Imagine you are in a small boat far, far from shore. A surprise storm capsizes the boat and tosses you into the sea. You try to tame your panic, somehow find the boat’s flimsy but still floating life raft, and struggle into it. You catch your breath, look around, and try to think what to do next. Thinking clearly is hard to do after a near-drowning experience. You do, though, realize two important things: First, the raft is saving your life for the moment and you need to stay in it until you ha.  show all text
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@EvolvingJuan on Twitter
@EvolvingJuan: The super smart @mlipsitch & @yhgrad address something I've been really worrying about. We're not at a point with #Covid19 where we can soon relent. People need to understand this isn't going to be over soon. statnews.com/2020/04/01/nav…
@ramez on Twitter
@ramez: "Viruses do not remember they were previously under control and will resurge when restrictions are lifted." statnews.com/2020/04/01/nav…
@statnews on Twitter
@statnews: Opinion: As the U.S. navigates the #Covid19 pandemic, we’re just clambering into a life raft. Dry land is far away. buff.ly/2X584EP
@healthpolicygrp on Twitter
@healthpolicygrp: You will read every word of this if you are thinking about writing on #coronavirus.@mlipsitch & @yhgrad speak the hard truths to all of us. "Navigating the Covid-19 pandemic: We’re just clambering into a life raft. Dry land is far away." statnews.com/2020/04/01/nav… via @statnews.
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@hblodget on Twitter
@hblodget: I will be waving this piece around, crying out for all of you to read it for the next few days. It tells hard truths, which we ignore at our peril. #coronavirus #covid19 statnews.com/2020/04/01/nav…
@mathewi on Twitter
@mathewi: Navigating the Covid-19 pandemic: We’re just clambering into a life raft. Dry land is far away statnews.com/2020/04/01/nav… via @statnews
@hblodget on Twitter
@hblodget: The super smart @mlipsitch & @yhgrad address something I've been really worrying about. We're not at a point with #Covid19 where we can soon relent. People need to understand this isn't going to be over soon. statnews.com/2020/04/01/nav…
@froomkin on Twitter
@froomkin: Massive, massive testing is clearly imperative. statnews.com/2020/04/01/nav…
@froomkin on Twitter
@froomkin: When @HelenBranswell, @mlipsitch @yhgrad mind-meld you stop, sit and listen. Really. Take heed. #coronavirus twitter.com/HelenBranswell…

Anthony Fauci’s security is stepped up as doctor and face of U.S. coronavirus response receives threats - The Washington Post

2 April[ —]
washingtonpost.com - Isaac Stanley-Becker
Government officials have grown concerned about his safety as well as communications from fervent admirers.
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@SethAbramson on Twitter
@SethAbramson: Exclusive: Anthony Fauci, the face of the U.S. response to the coronavirus pandemic, is facing growing threats to his personal safety, prompting the government to step up his security wapo.st/2R4CoM6
@mhaeberli on Twitter
@mhaeberli: This is so gross. Imagine being such a brainwashed idiot that you threaten the safety of the man who is literally working night and day to try to save everyone. twitter.com/maggienyt/stat…
@EvolvingJuan on Twitter
@EvolvingJuan: When a president frames everything as an up/down referendum on himself, people his supporters see as oppositional get attacked - even if it’s a medical professional who’s served several presidents and wants to take measures to save lives. washingtonpost.com/politics/antho…
@DrNancyMD on Twitter
@DrNancyMD: I am distressed beyond believe with this news. Fauci’s security is stepped up as face of U.S. coronavirus response receives threats washingtonpost.com/politics/antho…
@JamesGleick on Twitter
@JamesGleick: Trump: Fauci “doesn’t need security.” After all, there are “very fine people on both sides.” Terrifying scoop from ⁦@washingtonpost⁩ washingtonpost.com/politics/antho…
@curiouswavefn on Twitter
@curiouswavefn: We have to ask ourselves just what the hell is wrong with us as a country when we are having to assign a security detail to a doctor and scientist who is key to fighting a pandemic. Where are these threats coming from? washingtonpost.com/politics/antho…
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@mmasnick on Twitter
@mmasnick: Seeing people questioning who would be upset with Fauci. Well, if you want to keep your sanity, I'd recommend NOT going down the insanity that is the #PharmaFauci hashtag. FWIW, the guy who sued me has been using that tag a bunch lately. twitter.com/yashar/status/… pic.twitter.com/TcgGXwvNsV
@jaketapper on Twitter
@jaketapper: 'Last month, an article depicting him as an agent of the “deep state” gained nearly 25,000 interactions on Facebook as it was posted to large pro-Trump groups with titles such as “Trump Strong” and “Tampa Bay Trump Club.”' washingtonpost.com/politics/antho…
@cfarivar on Twitter
@cfarivar: Exclusive — Anthony Fauci’s security is stepped up as doctor and face of U.S. coronavirus response receives threats washingtonpost.com/politics/antho…
@kasie on Twitter
@kasie: “The concerns include threats as well as unwelcome communications from fervent admirers” twitter.com/seungminkim/st…
@JoyAnnReid on Twitter
@JoyAnnReid: And of course now this: twitter.com/kylegriffin1/s…
@JoyAnnReid on Twitter
@JoyAnnReid: And of course now this... washingtonpost.com/politics/antho…

@atrupar: 'TRUMP: "Did you know I was number one on Facebook? I just found out I'm number one on Facebook." (Trump has 29 million followers; Obama has 53 million.) '

2 April[ —]
twitter.com - Aaron Rupar
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@sarahcpr on Twitter
@sarahcpr: Boy, he's really wrestling with the gravity of a potential 200,000 Americans dead on his watch, isn't he? twitter.com/atrupar/status…
@EvolvingJuan on Twitter
@EvolvingJuan: Is Trump in some who-can-be-the-most-pathetic contest? twitter.com/atrupar/status…
@EvolvingJuan on Twitter
@EvolvingJuan: What a foolish thing to lie about. twitter.com/atrupar/status…
@TomAshbrook on Twitter
@TomAshbrook: What a foolish thing to lie about. twitter.com/atrupar/status…
@jayrosen_nyu on Twitter
@jayrosen_nyu: "The grim-faced president who appeared in the White House briefing room for more than two hours on Tuesday evening beside charts showing death projections of hellacious proportions was coming to grips with a reality he had long refused to accept." —Peter Baker, @nytimes today. twitter.com/atrupar/status…
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@JamilSmith on Twitter
@JamilSmith: "The grim-faced president who appeared in the White House briefing room for more than two hours on Tuesday evening beside charts showing death projections of hellacious proportions was coming to grips with a reality he had long refused to accept." —Peter Baker, @nytimes today. twitter.com/atrupar/status…
@JoyAnnReid on Twitter
@JoyAnnReid: Boy, he's really wrestling with the gravity of a potential 200,000 Americans dead on his watch, isn't he? twitter.com/atrupar/status…
@NormOrnstein on Twitter
@NormOrnstein: "The grim-faced president who appeared in the White House briefing room for more than two hours on Tuesday evening beside charts showing death projections of hellacious proportions was coming to grips with a reality he had long refused to accept." —Peter Baker, @nytimes today. twitter.com/atrupar/status…
@Amy_Siskind on Twitter
@Amy_Siskind: Media pundits 24 hours ago.....Trump is so different now. He so gets the gravity of the situation. twitter.com/atrupar/status…
@DavidCornDC on Twitter
@DavidCornDC: Is Trump in some who-can-be-the-most-pathetic contest? twitter.com/atrupar/status…
@sivavaid on Twitter
@sivavaid: "The grim-faced president who appeared in the White House briefing room for more than two hours on Tuesday evening beside charts showing death projections of hellacious proportions was coming to grips with a reality he had long refused to accept." —Peter Baker, @nytimes today. twitter.com/atrupar/status…
@mathewi on Twitter
@mathewi: "The grim-faced president who appeared in the White House briefing room for more than two hours on Tuesday evening beside charts showing death projections of hellacious proportions was coming to grips with a reality he had long refused to accept." —Peter Baker, @nytimes today. twitter.com/atrupar/status…
@froomkin on Twitter
@froomkin: "The grim-faced president who appeared in the White House briefing room for more than two hours on Tuesday evening beside charts showing death projections of hellacious proportions was coming to grips with a reality he had long refused to accept." —Peter Baker, @nytimes today. twitter.com/atrupar/status…
@EricBoehlert on Twitter
@EricBoehlert: "The grim-faced president who appeared in the White House briefing room for more than two hours on Tuesday evening beside charts showing death projections of hellacious proportions was coming to grips with a reality he had long refused to accept." —Peter Baker, @nytimes today. twitter.com/atrupar/status…

Is the Coronavirus Airborne? Should We All Wear Masks? - The Atlantic

2 April[ —]
theatlantic.com - Ed Yong
Editor’s Note: The Atlantic is making vital coverage of the coronavirus available to all readers. Find the collection here. As the coronavirus pandemic continues, many people are now overthinking things they never used to think about at all. Can you go outside? What if you’re walking downwind of another person? What if you’re stuck waiting at a crosswalk and someone is there? What if you’re going for a run, and another runner is heading toward you, and the sidewalk is narrow? Suddenly, daily m..  show all text
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@RahelJhirad on Twitter
@RahelJhirad: headache inducing article ... kind a like the stress of uncut gems theatlantic.com/health/archive… pic.twitter.com/zTWz6DIoS4
@cindygallop on Twitter
@cindygallop: Is the new coronavirus airborne? Can we still go outside? Should everyone be wearing a mask? These are some of the trickiest questions about the pandemic, @edyong209 reports. on.theatln.tc/LHzMCup
@SueDHellmann on Twitter
@SueDHellmann: “Masks are a symbol, yes, but not just of conscientiousness. They’re also emblematic of a world that is changing so quickly, no one has time to take a breath. “ twitter.com/theatlantic/st…
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@balajis on Twitter
@balajis: I'm sad that @edyong209 & @alexismadrigal ran this otherwise good article with this headline. We really don't have time anymore. Please folks, headline should be "Wear an Improvised Mask Now. It's Better than Nothing." Cc @zeynep @jeremyphoward theatlantic.com/health/archive… pic.twitter.com/EjOLY3ijEG
@stevesilberman on Twitter
@stevesilberman: In a new piece, I explore the growing debates about: - whether the new coronavirus is "airborne" - whether it's safe to go outside - whether everyone should be wearing a mask theatlantic.com/health/archive…
@JeffreyGoldberg on Twitter
@JeffreyGoldberg: Is the new coronavirus airborne? Can we still go outside? Should everyone be wearing a mask? These are some of the trickiest questions about the pandemic, @edyong209 reports. on.theatln.tc/LHzMCup
@TheAtlantic on Twitter
@TheAtlantic: Is the new coronavirus airborne? Can we still go outside? Should everyone be wearing a mask? These are some of the trickiest questions about the pandemic, @edyong209 reports. on.theatln.tc/LHzMCup

Ellis Marsalis, New Orleans jazz piano legend hospitalized with coronavirus symptoms, dies | Music | nola.com

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Ellis Marsalis Jr., the jazz pianist, teacher and patriarch of one of New Orleans’ great musical families has died.
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@jswatz on Twitter
@jswatz: Ellis Marsalis Jr. is the literal and figurative patriarch of New Orleans’ modern jazz community. City officials announced his passing Wednesday night after the musician tested for coronavirus. Results are pending. More details: nola.com/entertainment_…
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@jason_kint on Twitter
@jason_kint: I’m really sorry to hear this. A few years ago, we held our @DCNorg executive summit in NOLA and were fortunate enough to have Mr Marsalis beautifully entertain us. RIP. twitter.com/brynstole/stat…
@stevesilberman on Twitter
@stevesilberman: Huge, tragic loss for #jazz: Ellis Marsalis, patriarch of the legendary New Orleans family that also includes Branford and Wynton, dies after exhibiting #coronavirus symptoms. nola.com/entertainment_…
@mattdpearce on Twitter
@mattdpearce: Legendary pianist Ellis Marsalis—“the literal and figurative patriarch of New Orleans’ modern jazz community”—is dead at 85. nola.com/entertainment_…
@blakehounshell on Twitter
@blakehounshell: NOLA: Ellis Marsalis, New Orleans jazz piano legend hospitalized with coronavirus symptoms, dies nola.com/entertainment_…
@Fahrenthold on Twitter
@Fahrenthold: Legendary pianist Ellis Marsalis—“the literal and figurative patriarch of New Orleans’ modern jazz community”—is dead at 85. nola.com/entertainment_…
@jaketapper on Twitter
@jaketapper: NOLA: Ellis Marsalis, New Orleans jazz piano legend hospitalized with coronavirus symptoms, dies nola.com/entertainment_…
@peterdaou on Twitter
@peterdaou: Yet another jazz great gone. RIP Ellis Marsalis. Got to know his son Wynton Marsalis in the 90s. A brilliant family. twitter.com/brynstole/stat…

How COVID-19 Will Hit India | The New Yorker

2 April[ —]
The epidemiologist and economist Ramanan Laxminarayan discusses how the coronavirus pandemic is likely to play out across India, a country with densely inhabited cities and a relatively weak health system.
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@wadhwa on Twitter
@wadhwa: How COVID-19 Will Hit India newyorker.com/news/q-and-a/h… via @NewYorker --as Ramananan Laxminarayan explains, the impact would have been far greater had not the government made the drastic decision of shutting down. U.S. should have been as decisive, we wasted far too much time.
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@chrislhayes on Twitter
@chrislhayes: New Interview: I talked to the epidemiologist & economist Ramanan Laxminarayan about why India is at such grave risk from coronavirus, and the dire costs of even a necessary shutdown in a country with widespread poverty. newyorker.com/news/q-and-a/h…
@maggieNYT on Twitter
@maggieNYT: New Interview: I talked to the epidemiologist & economist Ramanan Laxminarayan about why India is at such grave risk from coronavirus, and the dire costs of even a necessary shutdown in a country with widespread poverty. newyorker.com/news/q-and-a/h…
@Nate_Cohn on Twitter
@Nate_Cohn: New Interview: I talked to the epidemiologist & economist Ramanan Laxminarayan about why India is at such grave risk from coronavirus, and the dire costs of even a necessary shutdown in a country with widespread poverty. newyorker.com/news/q-and-a/h…
@joshtpm on Twitter
@joshtpm: 'Probably about 4 weeks behind Italy': How #COVID19 Will Hit India newyorker.com/news/q-and-a/h… via @NewYorker

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