Masks: The Easiest Way to Save Lives and Spare Jobs
All U.S. states have a long way to go on achieving widespread public mask use—which could save 33,000 lives by October 1
Avoiding Another COVID-19 Surge in the United States
Keeping tabs on movement, infections, and testing are crucial to containing the virus
Quarantined: Federalism in Action at Home and Abroad
Lessons from around the world on how national and subnational governments can cooperate in response to COVID-19
Laboratory Diagnostics—Rarely Appreciated Until Something Goes Wrong
Problems with COVID-19 testing highlights need for strong U.S. labs to detect, control, and respond to emerging diseases
Can the U.S. Be Among the First to Eliminate HIV Transmission?
Will the recently launched “Ready, Set, PrEP” program be a meaningful step toward HIV/AIDS elimination in the U.S.?
California’s New Truvada Law: Greater Access, But for Whom?
In lower-income settings, improving access to PrEP drugs may rely on financial accessibility despite other efforts