In no particular order, here are today's links from my RSS feed. Please consider clicking through to upvote any Steem post(s) on the list.
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Just for fun, here's an update to the graph with the US numbers that I've logged every day for this series. The numbers tailing away from the exponential trend lines could be a good sign, or it cold just indicate that expansion of testing has slowed.
As mentioned in previous posts, here is a visualization tool for mapping the cases of COVID-19 occurrences.
According to the site, this morning's worldwide number of reported cases was 1,033,478 with 218,864 recoveries, 54,369 deaths, 245,601 cases reported in the US.
Of the cases in the US, there have been 9,228 reported recoveries, 6,058 fatalities, and 7,345 cases in my own state, Pennsylvania - with 92 deaths.
- Steem @rt-international: ‘Worst pandemic in century’ will wipe out more than $4 TRILLION from global economy – Asian Development Bank
- Steem @anthos: Dilemma brought by the Community quarantine in the Philippines
- Steem @mauromar: Deep learning and Big Data to fight coronavirus
- Google location data shows how much daily life is changing in every state
- Coronavirus Disrupts Vital Field Research—Including Disease Transmission Work - Subtitle: Scientists across the globe have been cut off from sites and experimental resources—or stranded abroad
- Opinion: How stock investors underpriced the risk of the coronavirus pandemic - Subtitle: Trading in the VIX futures market was a step behind in assessing how bad COVID-19 would get
- Researchers propose method to track coronavirus through smartphones while protecting privacy - Subtitle: The concept itself is quite simple but could be invaluable in shielding the general public from privacy violations.
- Why the Coronavirus Slipped Past Disease Detectives - Subtitle: Groups of scientists tasked with identifying pandemic-prone microbes were stretched too far and thin
- Blood Pressure Meds Point the Way to Possible COVID-19 Treatment - Subtitle: There is little evidence that antihypertensive drugs worsen COVID-19, and scientists are instead exploring the idea that such medications—or their downstream effects—may actually alleviate symptoms.
- Philippines considers app to trace coronavirus carriers - Subtitle: Privacy perspective: President has also threatened quarantine-breaking troublemakers may be shot
- Robot Vehicles Make Contactless Deliveries Amid Coronavirus Quarantine - Subtitle: Chinese startup UDI deploys self-driving vans to deliver food to lockdown areas
- Italy may never know how many of its people contracted the coronavirus — or died from it - Subtitle: The same is likely true of the worst-hit areas of the U.S., Europe and many other countries and regions
- Tech trade groups launch online telehealth directory to assist with COVID-19 response
- - Subtitle: With support from AWS, the Consumer Technology Association and the American Telemedicine Association launched TechHealthDirectory.com to help patients and clinicians find the telehealth resources.
- I Run a Family-Owned Construction Firm. Here’s What COVID-19 Did to My World
- As Governments Rush to Track Coronavirus, Honduras May Offer a Privacy-First Model
- America’s COVID-19 testing has stalled, and that’s a big problem - Subtitle: We'll need a lot more testing capacity to get the coronavirus under control.
- Salesforce could face lower demand as companies put IT projects on hold because of the coronavirus, analyst says
- Homeschooling During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Can't get there from here: Coronavirus causes 46 route suspensions out of PHL
- A platform for booking musicians in the UK pivots to letting users pay artists to send personalized music videos during coronavirus lockdowns
- Coronavirus Hit the “Pause” Button on My Busy Life, and I Couldn’t Be More Grateful
- Automakers are pulling out all the stops, offering deals, shop-from-home programs, and payment assistance to help customers buy and keep their cars amid the coronavirus pandemic
- For Homeless People, Covid-19 Is Horror on Top of Horror
- Keep calm and carry on: How the internet will see us through COVID-19 crisis - Subtitle: When the history books are written about the COVID-19 pandemic, they'll report that this is as much an internet culture story as it is a health and infrastructure story. Here's why.
- The (Political) Science Behind Trump's Approval Bump - Subtitle: The president is presiding over a public health nightmare and a mounting economic crisis. So why are voters warming up to him?
- The coronavirus test that might exempt you from social distancing—if you pass
- Should Congress save US newspapers struggling to cover COVID-19? - Subtitle: Economic stimulus money should be set aside to support the life-saving work of journalists.
- A call to honesty in pandemic modeling
- Creating Compassion in the Eventual Aftermath of COVID-19
- Coronavirus: country comparisons are pointless unless we account for these biases in testing
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