Not All U.S. States Struggled Equally Against COVID-19
What the U.S. death toll would have looked like if every state had performed as well as New Hampshire
How Norway's Prisons Have Weathered a Pandemic
Its famously progressive correctional system is anomalous, but still has lessons for other countries
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
Setting Expectations for the Return to "Normal"
As the China epicenter slowly returns to new normal, it's a world of facemasks, location scanning apps and travel rules
Untrained Drug Sellers Replacing Doctors—A Challenge for COVID-19
Success controlling COVID-19 in lower-income countries will depend on implementing strategies appropriate to those areas
Could Coronavirus Kill a Million Americans?
Plan for the worst but work for the best to limit spread, improve survival, and reduce the societal costs of COVID-19
Tentative Victory Against Ebola in Eastern Congo
Success against Ebola through quarantines, contact-tracing, and good hygiene bodes well for future response to COVID-19
Russia’s Not Ready for Coronavirus
Notwithstanding vigorous containment efforts and typical bluster, Russia faces a reckoning if COVID-19 cannot be stopped