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Inside Trump?s risky push to reopen America amid the coronavirus crisis - The Washington Post

28 March[ —]
washingtonpost.com - Robert Costa
The president’s desire pits him against multiple governors, Democratic and Republican, who are striving to mitigate the coronavirus’s impact in their communities and marshal medical supplies for their hospitals.
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@neeratanden on Twitter
@neeratanden: "When Sen. Graham called Pres. Trump last Sunday, he delivered a blunt msg: If you reopen the nation’s economy too early against the advice of health experts, you will own the deaths from the novel coronavirus that follow." My latest w/ @PhilipRucker... washingtonpost.com/politics/insid…
@GregorMacdonald on Twitter
@GregorMacdonald: "When Sen. Graham called Pres. Trump last Sunday, he delivered a blunt msg: If you reopen the nation’s economy too early against the advice of health experts, you will own the deaths from the novel coronavirus that follow." My latest w/ @PhilipRucker... washingtonpost.com/politics/insid…
@BrendanNyhan on Twitter
@BrendanNyhan: "When Sen. Graham called Pres. Trump last Sunday, he delivered a blunt msg: If you reopen the nation’s economy too early against the advice of health experts, you will own the deaths from the novel coronavirus that follow." My latest w/ @PhilipRucker... washingtonpost.com/politics/insid…
@washingtonpost on Twitter
@washingtonpost: President Trump's desire to reopen the country pits him against multiple governors, Democratic and Republican, who are striving to mitigate the impact of coronavirus in their communities and marshal medical supplies for their hospitals wapo.st/33ZgpeQ
@michelleinbklyn on Twitter
@michelleinbklyn: “Yes, there will be a death toll, and he’ll get blamed one way or another, but in all likelihood, whether he gets reelected or not will depend on where the economy is and where people’s perceptions of the economy are six months from now. That’s where he is primarily focused.” twitter.com/philiprucker/s…
@washingtonpost on Twitter
@washingtonpost: Governor Whitmer says she and others know the president has a "sensitivity" to feedback, so they're treading lightly as he lashes out, citing the need to save lives. "I have 10m people in this state, and I need to be able to deliver on protecting them." washingtonpost.com/politics/insid…
@davidfrum on Twitter
@davidfrum: OK wow found it. washingtonpost.com/politics/insid… pic.twitter.com/XoGa9lM9jt
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@AshleyRParker on Twitter
@AshleyRParker: "When Sen. Graham called Pres. Trump last Sunday, he delivered a blunt msg: If you reopen the nation’s economy too early against the advice of health experts, you will own the deaths from the novel coronavirus that follow." My latest w/ @PhilipRucker... washingtonpost.com/politics/insid…
@TimOBrien on Twitter
@TimOBrien: “A growing uneasiness about Trump’s motives and leadership hovers over private conversations between governors, according to top Democrats and Republicans privy to the conversations... Even... allies are never quite sure what he’ll do...” washingtonpost.com/politics/insid…
@kim on Twitter
@kim: "When Sen. Graham called Pres. Trump last Sunday, he delivered a blunt msg: If you reopen the nation’s economy too early against the advice of health experts, you will own the deaths from the novel coronavirus that follow." My latest w/ @PhilipRucker... washingtonpost.com/politics/insid…
@justinhendrix on Twitter
@justinhendrix: NEW —> Inside Trump’s risky push to reopen the country amid the coronavirus crisis — and how the governors are emerging as a counterweight to an impatient president My latest with @costareports washingtonpost.com/politics/insid…
@PhilipRucker on Twitter
@PhilipRucker: “Even those who are Trump’s political allies are ‘never quite sure what he’ll do or if they can trust what they hear from Pence,’” said an adviser to a GOP governor twitter.com/philiprucker/s…
@brianstelter on Twitter
@brianstelter: "When Sen. Graham called Pres. Trump last Sunday, he delivered a blunt msg: If you reopen the nation’s economy too early against the advice of health experts, you will own the deaths from the novel coronavirus that follow." My latest w/ @PhilipRucker... washingtonpost.com/politics/insid…
@PhilipRucker on Twitter
@PhilipRucker: Governor Whitmer says she and others know the president has a "sensitivity" to feedback, so they're treading lightly as he lashes out, citing the need to save lives. "I have 10m people in this state, and I need to be able to deliver on protecting them." washingtonpost.com/politics/insid…
@PhilipRucker on Twitter
@PhilipRucker: Governors are more in touch with the real-world consequences of the shutdown than the president, who hears mostly from executives of large companies. “We are the ones in our communities talking to the laid-off waitress,” said RI Gov. Gina Raimondo (D). washingtonpost.com/politics/insid…
@wpjenna on Twitter
@wpjenna: Governors are more in touch with the real-world consequences of the shutdown than the president, who hears mostly from executives of large companies. “We are the ones in our communities talking to the laid-off waitress,” said RI Gov. Gina Raimondo (D). washingtonpost.com/politics/insid…
@PhilipRucker on Twitter
@PhilipRucker: NEWS: Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers (D) says he won't take any cue from the president on reopening his state. "No," Evers said. “Scientists are telling me it’s still a big deal. They’ll make the decisions based on science. That’s what we’ll do here.” washingtonpost.com/politics/insid…
@PhilipRucker on Twitter
@PhilipRucker: “Yes, there will be a death toll, and he’ll get blamed one way or another, but in all likelihood, whether he gets reelected or not will depend on where the economy is and where people’s perceptions of the economy are six months from now. That’s where he is primarily focused.” twitter.com/philiprucker/s…
@PhilipRucker on Twitter
@PhilipRucker: "When Sen. Graham called Pres. Trump last Sunday, he delivered a blunt msg: If you reopen the nation’s economy too early against the advice of health experts, you will own the deaths from the novel coronavirus that follow." My latest w/ @PhilipRucker... washingtonpost.com/politics/insid…
@jdawsey1 on Twitter
@jdawsey1: "When Sen. Graham called Pres. Trump last Sunday, he delivered a blunt msg: If you reopen the nation’s economy too early against the advice of health experts, you will own the deaths from the novel coronavirus that follow." My latest w/ @PhilipRucker... washingtonpost.com/politics/insid…
@PhilipRucker on Twitter
@PhilipRucker: NEW —> Inside Trump’s risky push to reopen the country amid the coronavirus crisis — and how the governors are emerging as a counterweight to an impatient president My latest with @costareports washingtonpost.com/politics/insid…

@DrEricDing: 'There is a huge inequality emerging in the districts of NYC for #COVID19 infection. The hardest hit parts are some of the more poor minority areas. This could exacerbate the inequalities. '

28 March[ —]
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@simonstl on Twitter
@simonstl: Basically people who have to go to work get sick. twitter.com/DrEricDing/sta…
@alondra on Twitter
@alondra: Basically people who have to go to work get sick. twitter.com/DrEricDing/sta…
@LynnOvermann on Twitter
@LynnOvermann: There is a huge inequality emerging in the districts of NYC for #COVID19 infection. The hardest hit parts are some of the more poor minority areas. This could exacerbate the inequalities. pic.twitter.com/Z7yHso3ClY
@triketora on Twitter
@triketora: Basically people who have to go to work get sick. twitter.com/DrEricDing/sta…
@zeynep on Twitter
@zeynep: Basically people who have to go to work get sick. twitter.com/DrEricDing/sta…
@matthewstoller on Twitter
@matthewstoller: Basically people who have to go to work get sick. twitter.com/DrEricDing/sta…
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@tnyCloseRead on Twitter
@tnyCloseRead: People who have to go to jobs, and take public transit to get there, are getting sick. Viruses make no distinctions, but class patterns of exposure ARE distinctions. twitter.com/drericding/sta…
@Chris_arnade on Twitter
@Chris_arnade: Poor and vulnerable being hit hardest. They don’t have anywhere to escape to. cc @Chris_arnade twitter.com/drericding/sta…
@TimOBrien on Twitter
@TimOBrien: There is a huge inequality emerging in the districts of NYC for #COVID19 infection. The hardest hit parts are some of the more poor minority areas. This could exacerbate the inequalities. pic.twitter.com/Z7yHso3ClY
@blprnt on Twitter
@blprnt: Basically people who have to go to work get sick. twitter.com/DrEricDing/sta…

@petershankman: 'When the #quarantine is over, I want to buy this man dinner. Who is he? This might be the best thing I've seen in weeks. '

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28 March[ —]
twitter.com - Peter Shankman
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@rsarver on Twitter
@rsarver: When the #quarantine is over, I want to buy this man dinner. Who is he? This might be the best thing I've seen in weeks. pic.twitter.com/TfbEjLBQ7R
@profgalloway on Twitter
@profgalloway: genius #saturdaymorning twitter.com/petershankman/…
@Borthwick on Twitter
@Borthwick: When the #quarantine is over, I want to buy this man dinner. Who is he? This might be the best thing I've seen in weeks. pic.twitter.com/TfbEjLBQ7R
@jakeporway on Twitter
@jakeporway: I'm so hungry for any semblance of leadership and sensibility that I have decided this singing YouTube man is now the President. twitter.com/petershankman/…
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@blprnt on Twitter
@blprnt: I'm so hungry for any semblance of leadership and sensibility that I have decided this singing YouTube man is now the President. twitter.com/petershankman/…
@DavidCornDC on Twitter
@DavidCornDC: Put him at the podium instead of Trump. twitter.com/petershankman/…
@mathbabedotorg on Twitter
@mathbabedotorg: When the #quarantine is over, I want to buy this man dinner. Who is he? This might be the best thing I've seen in weeks. pic.twitter.com/TfbEjLBQ7R
@yelvington on Twitter
@yelvington: When the #quarantine is over, I want to buy this man dinner. Who is he? This might be the best thing I've seen in weeks. pic.twitter.com/TfbEjLBQ7R
@markmackinnon on Twitter
@markmackinnon: When the #quarantine is over, I want to buy this man dinner. Who is he? This might be the best thing I've seen in weeks. pic.twitter.com/TfbEjLBQ7R

Understanding the financial crisis that coronavirus could cause - Vox

28 March[ —]
vox.com - Ezra Klein
Protesters and police clash outside of the London Stock Exchange on February 28, 2020, in England. That same day, now-former Bank of England governor Mark Carney warned that the coronavirus could mean a downgrade in economic growth for the UK. | Ollie Millington/Getty Images Financial historian Adam Tooze on the lessons policymakers need to learn, and fast. Adam Tooze is the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis professor of history and the director of the European Institute at Columbia University. H.  show all text
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@delong on Twitter
@delong: read this conversation twitter.com/ezraklein/stat…
@BCAppelbaum on Twitter
@BCAppelbaum: “It’s a conservatism which is wholly ineffective because it’s not going to deliver a continuity with the present — the situation is too dramatic for that.” vox.com/2020/3/28/2119…
@JoeTrippi on Twitter
@JoeTrippi: .@Adam_Tooze is brilliant and people should listen to him: vox.com/2020/3/28/2119…
@ezraklein on Twitter
@ezraklein: .@Adam_Tooze is brilliant and people should listen to him: vox.com/2020/3/28/2119…
@voxdotcom on Twitter
@voxdotcom: “The Chinese Communist Party are the truly conservative ones right now. They recognize that everything has to change so that everything can stay the same. Trump isn’t able to perform that basic kind of statecraft of conservatism.” — @Adam_Tooze vox.com/2020/3/28/2119…
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@pareene on Twitter
@pareene: Adam Tooze: [The idea of] "wartime mobilization seems to me to miss the point completely. This is a much more peculiar... maintaining the economy on life support during a period of an artificially induced coma while we address the public health challenge. vox.com/2020/3/28/2119…

@EricTopol: 'A very simple curve that tells a tragic story 1. China w/ 4 times the population of the US was able to flatten their curve 2. The US has now blown thru China's case N (tip of the iceberg d/t no testing for 2 months) to be the #COVID19 epicenter 3. The worst is yet to come '

28 March[ —]
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@Atul_Gawande on Twitter
@Atul_Gawande: This thread sums it all up twitter.com/erictopol/stat…
@BrianNosek on Twitter
@BrianNosek: A very simple curve that tells a tragic story 1. China w/ 4 times the population of the US was able to flatten their curve 2. The US has now blown thru China's case N (tip of the iceberg d/t no testing for 2 months) to be the #COVID19 epicenter 3. The worst is yet to come pic.twitter.com/oPE5TjrNG7
@jeremyphoward on Twitter
@jeremyphoward: I posted this important, telling graphic this AM w/ the best data available from @JohnsHopkins coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html Of the 100's of toxic replies, a sample of the kinder ones twitter.com/EricTopol/stat… One response could be "welcome to @twiiter" 1/2 pic.twitter.com/uiDjEbJ1aG
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@mathewi on Twitter
@mathewi: A very simple curve that tells a tragic story 1. China w/ 4 times the population of the US was able to flatten their curve 2. The US has now blown thru China's case N (tip of the iceberg d/t no testing for 2 months) to be the #COVID19 epicenter 3. The worst is yet to come pic.twitter.com/oPE5TjrNG7
@zunguzungu on Twitter
@zunguzungu: A very simple curve that tells a tragic story 1. China w/ 4 times the population of the US was able to flatten their curve 2. The US has now blown thru China's case N (tip of the iceberg d/t no testing for 2 months) to be the #COVID19 epicenter 3. The worst is yet to come pic.twitter.com/oPE5TjrNG7
@xdamman on Twitter
@xdamman: The one graph that shows that the new most advanced country in the world is not America anymore, it’s China. twitter.com/erictopol/stat…

Lessons from Italy’s Response to Coronavirus

28 March[ —]
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@gpetriglieri on Twitter
@gpetriglieri: This, from @HarvardHBS, is the best analysis I've seen on what happened in Italy. hbr.org/2020/03/lesson…
@Atul_Gawande on Twitter
@Atul_Gawande: This, from @HarvardHBS, is the best analysis I've seen on what happened in Italy. hbr.org/2020/03/lesson…
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@shirleybrady on Twitter
@shirleybrady: This, from @HarvardHBS, is the best analysis I've seen on what happened in Italy. hbr.org/2020/03/lesson…
@chaddickerson on Twitter
@chaddickerson: This, from @HarvardHBS, is the best analysis I've seen on what happened in Italy. hbr.org/2020/03/lesson…
@hblodget on Twitter
@hblodget: This, from @HarvardHBS, is the best analysis I've seen on what happened in Italy. hbr.org/2020/03/lesson…
@DafnaLinzer on Twitter
@DafnaLinzer: This, from @HarvardHBS, is the best analysis I've seen on what happened in Italy. hbr.org/2020/03/lesson…
@davewiner on Twitter
@davewiner: Lessons from Italy’s Response to Coronavirus. hbr.org/2020/03/lesson…

UCT Low Tech Remote Teaching Guidelines - Google Docs

28 March[ —]
University of Cape Town Low Tech Remote Teaching Principles Teaching and learning remotely during a global pandemic is a challenging task for everyone. Keep it simple for you and your students. CILT will help you move your course online: reach out to us at help@vula.uct.ac.za, use the rem...
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@DrKariLJordan on Twitter
@DrKariLJordan: Super clear Guidelines for low tech remote teaching bit.ly/Low-Tech-Remot… #COVID19 #COVID19SouthAfrica
@datacarpentry on Twitter
@datacarpentry: Super clear Guidelines for low tech remote teaching bit.ly/Low-Tech-Remot… #COVID19 #COVID19SouthAfrica
@thecarpentries on Twitter
@thecarpentries: Super clear Guidelines for low tech remote teaching bit.ly/Low-Tech-Remot… #COVID19 #COVID19SouthAfrica
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@dw_politics: 'Compared to other countries, Germany's coronavirus death rate is relatively low. @c_drosten, one of the country’s leading virologists, explains why: '

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28 March[ —]
twitter.com - DW Politics
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@dangillmor on Twitter
@dangillmor: Half a million tests *a week* twitter.com/dwnews/status/…
@neeratanden on Twitter
@neeratanden: Really important. They are managing this better because they have so many tests. We are 4 times their size. We should be 2 million tests a week. twitter.com/dwnews/status/…
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@ClaraJeffery on Twitter
@ClaraJeffery: Really important. They are managing this better because they have so many tests. We are 4 times their size. We should be 2 million tests a week. twitter.com/dwnews/status/…
@DavidCornDC on Twitter
@DavidCornDC: That basic thing? Half a million tests per week. twitter.com/dwnews/status/…
@arikia on Twitter
@arikia: Why is Germany's #coronavirus death rate so low compared to other countries? As @c_drosten — one of the country's leading virologists — explains, it mainly comes down to one basic thing. pic.twitter.com/V5cFlbegiW

The missing six weeks: how Trump failed the biggest test of his life | US news | The Guardian

28 March[ —]
theguardian.com - Ed Pilkington and Tom McCarthy in New York
The president was aware of the danger from the coronavirus – but a lack of leadership has created an emergency of epic proportions When the definitive history of the coronavirus pandemic is written, the date 20 January 2020 is certain to feature prominently. It was on that day that a 35-year-old man in Washington state, recently returned from visiting family in Wuhan in China, became the first person in the US to be diagnosed with the virus. Related: New York mayor urges Trump to help as more U.  show all text
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@tomcoates on Twitter
@tomcoates: This is a good summary: theguardian.com/us-news/2020/m…
@RogerPielkeJr on Twitter
@RogerPielkeJr: “The US response will be studied for generations as a textbook example of a disastrous, failed effort” Excellent, sobering ⤵️ theguardian.com/us-news/2020/m…
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@sivavaid on Twitter
@sivavaid: The missing six weeks: how Trump failed the biggest test of his life theguardian.com/us-news/2020/m…
@macloo on Twitter
@macloo: One country has a working government. The other does not. theguardian.com/us-news/2020/m… pic.twitter.com/MrKng20Iwc
@Chanders on Twitter
@Chanders: theguardian.com/us-news/2020/m… “The other country dithered and procrastinated, became mired in chaos and confusion, was distracted by the individual whims of its leader, and is now confronted by a health emergency of daunting proportions.”
@SaskiaSassen on Twitter
@SaskiaSassen: The missing six weeks: how Trump failed the biggest test of his life theguardian.com/us-news/2020/m…

Zoom Removes Code That Sends Data to Facebook - VICE

28 March[ —]
vice.com - Jason Koebler
On Friday video-conferencing software Zoom issued an update to its iOS app which stops it sending certain pieces of data to Facebook. The move comes after a Motherboard analysis of the app found it sent information such as when a user opened the app, their timezone, city, and device details to the social network giant. When Motherboard analyzed the app, Zoom's privacy policy did not make the data transfer to Facebook clear. “Zoom takes its users’ privacy extremely seriously. We originally imple.  show all text
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@dmarti on Twitter
@dmarti: A once "normal" marketing practice goes away when people get a look at it. Time for other marketers to quietly remove $FB tracking, before it becomes a story? (cc @officedepot. If I wanted Facebook to know that I bought paper on Feb. 2, 2020 I could have posted it there myself.) twitter.com/hackylawyER/st…
@dhh on Twitter
@dhh: Zoom has stopped the data leakage to Facebook. That’s good. But their privacy policy is still a complete trash fire that belittles privacy legislation, and grants themselves the right to do exactly what they were just caught doing. vice.com/en_us/article/… pic.twitter.com/hWj0BEoD2y
@TurkerNational on Twitter
@TurkerNational: FINALLY. But beware: this doesn’t stop Zoom from actually selling your data to Google—or Facebook, for that matter. twitter.com/turkernational…
@TurkerNational on Twitter
@TurkerNational: Zoom Removes Code That Sends Data to Facebook - VICE vice.com/en_us/article/…
@simonstl on Twitter
@simonstl: New: Zoom pushes an update after we found the iOS app sending data to Facebook. They've now removed the code that was sending the data vice.com/en_us/article/…
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@sivavaid on Twitter
@sivavaid: Zoom Removes Code That Sends Data to Facebook - VICE vice.com/en_us/article/…

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