You could not be him and be a professor anymore, regardless of race. The Great Walter Williams, Radical Troublemaker
“The militias always let us through the checkpoints,” says Saleh, the old beekeeper. “They are all afraid of the bees.” When 80 colonies grow nervous, he says, even the guy with the machine gun doesn’t stand a chance.
Is this a noble gesture on the part of white liberals or a cynical ploy to make brown and Black people be the test subjects for an unproven vaccine? Race and ethnicity may be deciding factors in essential workers getting vaccine prioritization
Nuclear scientist’s assassination puts Tehran at crossroads Contrast the description of how he was killed with this Iran Says Scientist Was Killed in ‘New, Complex’ Operation: Top Official
Government Model Suggests U.S. COVID-19 Cases Could Be Approaching 100 Million Test my math here. If we round deaths up to 300,000 and assume 100 million people have it when we hit that mark, we are at a point .003 case fatality rate. Flu is on average .001
The difference between this and other stories that have come before is that this clearly has nothing to do with immunity “fading” as it happened within weeks. Instead, it is a totally different version of the virus and I suspect that was the real cause of the other cases as well People who recover from Covid-19 can be reinfected with new strain, study shows
I don’t know of William Marshal was the best knight. But very few knights experienced everything from the very bottom of the knightly pecking order and the very top the way he did.
Headline is more dramatic then the facts but the panic is starting to reach Sweden. Lockdown U-turn in Sweden as COVID-19 cases soar and herd immunity hopes falter
When no one can visit, no one can check. Not just COVID: Nursing home neglect deaths surge in shadows
The virus itself hasn’t changed, and there has been little relaxation of the rules. Interviews conducted with people who have recently tested positive for the coronavirus don’t show any significant shifts in behavior compared with a month ago, such as more visits to restaurants or other businesses, said Dr. Jeffrey Gunzenhauser, L.A. County’s chief medical officer.