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#TestAndTrace EVERYWHERE NOW 🐇 @Noahpinion Bloomberg Opinion writer. Writes about economics, tweets about rabbits. Doesn't actually look like William Butler Yeats. May. 07, 2020 2 min read

1/Yes folks, it's time for everyone's favorite part of the day:

CORONAVIRUS TWEETS FROM THE EXPERTS, 5/6/2020

 https://twitter.com/Noahpinion/lists/coronavirus 

2/Hotel Isolation actually sounds pretty fun!

3/Llamas vs. coronavirus

4/Prepare yourself for the New Normal

5/Coronavirus messes your body up in a lot of ways.

6/The U.S. coronavirus response has been weak in large part because it has been so inconsistent.

Thread:

7/The U.S. has also failed to plan ahead:

8/A way that coronavirus can kill kids.

9/How to interpret antibody testing

10/Aaron Richterman's big thread of coronavirus research from the last 2 weeks!

Check it out!

11/Sports in the age of coronavirus

12/Make no mistake: the U.S. coronavirus response HAS been significantly worse than that of other countries. There's just really no doubt.

13/The coronavirus vaccine tracker:

14/#TestAndTrace

#TestAndTrace

#TestAndTrace

#TestAndTrace

#TestAndTrace

15/If you do want to do phone-based automatic contact tracing, the Google/Apple API seems like a good bet.

16/Don't get too excited about tocilizumab!

You: "What's tocilizumab?"

Well, it's something you probably shouldn't get too excited about.

17/What do coronavirus experts get tattooed on their foreheads?

"If you're not happy about still being in lockdown, advocate for more aggressive suppression and/or more testing and public health infrastructure."

That's a quality tattoo!!

18/Testing, testing, testing

19/How to wear a pandemic mask

20/The immune response to coronavirus looks pretty strong:

21/A thread of Bob Wachter "Covid Chronicles" threads!! All the Bob Wachter your heart desires.

And your heart should desire much, for Bob Wachter is awesome.

22/Masks work.

23/Listen to Akiko Iwasaki, ace virologist, explain how coronavirus vaccines might work.

24/Check out what a meatpacking plant looks like, and why coronavirus spreads so easily there.

25/Sweden's coronavirus strategy is coming at a high cost.

26/Do you think coronavirus only affects dense population centers?

Think again, friend.

27/Skepticism about whether the coronavirus "G" mutation is really more contagious than the older version.

28/More on coronavirus mutations, and why we shouldn't jump to conclusions about them.

29/The Slavitt/Gottlieb plan is still the best plan.

30/More on that mutation.

31/Some beautiful data on how coronavirus spread, and where, and when.

32/Remember, there will probably be a long lag between when a vaccine becomes "available" and when you can actually get it.

33/Smart-thermometer data is actually pretty useful.

34/Which stores are more dangerous to open, and which are safer?


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