| Três meses antes do Dr. Trump “suggests injecting disinfectant as treatment“, QAnon-ers’ Magic Cure for Coronavirus: Just Drink Bleach! Os avisos (sarcásticos) de Trump: on hydroxychloroquine, it’s not going to kill anybody? Arizona man dies after taking a form of chloroquine used to treat aquariums [ainda da “terra dos milagres”: the miracle remedy touted by Madagascar’s Rajoelina]
| E agora, “anti-vaxxers“? SARS-CoV-2 vaccines will be essential to reducing morbidity and mortality if the virus establishes itself in the population. The current COVID-19 pandemic plainly underscores the need to vastly accelerate mass vaccination in every phase. First patients injected in UK vaccine trial. U.S. should allow volunteers to be infected with coronavirus to test vaccines, lawmakers argue
| A Happy Exception: The Pandemic Is Driving Global Scientific Collaboration. In the midst of this pandemic, science is suffering from low standards for some research
| Gobierno se estaba preparando para una catástrofe desde hace seis meses. Se quería ensayar la reacción del Ejecutivo ante una crisis desconocida. Nunca se realizó porque el desastre llegó solo: coronavirus ya circulaba por España a mediados de febrero.
| Quo Vadis European Union? When comparing the 2008 financial crisis with the current COVID-19 crisis, it has been said that the former seems like child’s play.
| Surveillance a price worth paying to beat coronavirus, says Blair thinktank. E depois dos nove passos do “contact tracing“? Westport Police to Test ‘Pandemic Drone’ That Can Sense Fevers, Coughing. Traffic light for bathroom break is new normal in coronavirus Italy
| French Hypocrisy: Fines Google For Being Soft On Privacy; Now Angry That Google Won’t Let It Spy On Users
suite of emojis inspired by the unique experiences we go through as designers, and people living through 2020
| A ver/aprender: A curated look at National Gallery
| A ler: The Amish Health Care System: They’re famous for their low-tech way of life, generally avoiding anything invented after the 1700s. But this isn’t absolute; they are willing to accept technology they see as a net positive. Modern medicine is in this category. When the Amish get seriously ill, they will go to modern doctors and accept modern treatments.
| A visitar: The Largest Human Zoo in World History
| A jogar: CIA: Collect It All – A competitive card game based on the CIA’s declassified training game: Collection Deck.
| A ouvir: The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine Sing-A-Long Party
| A clicar: Sandspiel