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COVID-19: The Facts You Need, Chosen by Experts

It's been a spectacularly bad week for COVID-19 news, with over 213,000 new coronavirus cases reported in the U.S. on Thursday alone, a new one-day record. Amid the rapidly evolving health crisis and online misinformation, it can be difficult to stay abreast of the facts about transmission, prevention and vaccinations. These industry experts and data scientists can help, with a selection of the latest articles based on science.

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    The Covid-19 Journey: Curated by Tomas Pueyo

    The Covid-19 Journey: Curated by Tomas Pueyo

    By Truth Seekers

    When I wrote "Coronavirus: Why You Must Act Now", which gathered 40 million views, or "The Hammer and the Dance", which gathered 20 million, I didn't come up with new research. I just put together what was out there in an understandable way. This is what I tried to do here: With all the information available, it's hard to keep up with what matters. What articles should you read to understand all the key aspects of the pandemic? These are the ones I propose to you.

    Misinformation Spreads Like a Virus: Curated by Dr. Katharine Hayhoe

    Misinformation Spreads Like a Virus: Curated by Dr. Katharine Hayhoe

    Coronavirus is a global problem. No matter who we are and where we live, it affects us all. But so is climate change; and the misinformation that is circulating about both COVID and climate puts us all at risk. The essays, articles, and videos I chose highlight the links between climate change, coronavirus, and our health. Tackling both of them is not only important but essential to our health, our well-being, and our future.

    A Look at America’s Healthcare Crisis: Curated by USAFacts

    A Look at America’s Healthcare Crisis: Curated by USAFacts

    How do Americans receive health coverage, and are they getting healthier? ​ From insurance to life expectancy to vaccinations to heart disease, USAFacts provides healthcare data exclusively sourced from government sources. Explore the data on health and medicine and dig into the issues, trends, and metrics on health in America.

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