THE NEW YORK TIMES: Coronavirus in the U.S.: Latest Map and Case Count
Just over four months after the government confirmed the first known case, more than 1,701,500 people in the United States have been infected with the coronavirus and at least 100,000 have died, according to a New York Times database.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: A Possible Remedy for Pandemic Stress: Exercise
People who stayed physically active while sheltering were less depressed and more mentally resilient than those whose activity levels declined.
A brisk 30-minute walk three times a week is enough.
THE CONVERSATION: Masks help stop the spread of coronavirus – the science is simple and I’m one of 100 experts urging governors to require public mask-wearing
Universal mask-wearing could be one of the most important tools in tackling the spread of COVID-19.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: Is Takeout and Delivery Food Safe?
Yes, if you follow some common-sense guidelines. Here are some answers from health experts.
Shopping at a farmer’s market for groceries might be safer than a grocery store because it’s an outdoor space with more fresh air.
New data suggests shared bathrooms could be bad news for the pandemic.
Data unequivocally shows that being obese and/or having diet-related diseases is responsible for 90 percent of non-age-related hospitalizations from COVID-19.
WASHINGTON POST: A third of Americans are showing signs of clinical anxiety or depression, Census Bureau data shows
The most definitive and alarming sign yet of the psychological toll exacted by the coronavirus pandemic.