Bulletin: Coronavirus Update 4/16

The SARS-CoV-2 virus and the disease it causes continue to have much of the world on pause. In the U.S. and most of Europe, the rate of infection appears to have peaked/plateaued, and countries are trying to figure out how to safely get things restarted again. This report is a broad overview of what is happening around the world, in the U.S., and in individual states, covering everything from testing to drugs in development and more.

Bulletin: Coronavirus Update 4/12

The U.S. now has more cases of Covid-19 than any other country, 557,571, and New York City accounts for 35% of those cases. Franc, Italy, and Spain have plateaued in terms of additional cases per day, a key metric.

Bulletin: Coronavirus Update 4/9

The U.S. is being hit hard by the coronavirus. The death toll is terrible, but it looks like the fatalities will be far below earlier estimates -- because Americans are staying home. However, it doesn\'t look like things will go back to normal soon.

Bulletin: Coronavirus Update 4/4

More than 100,000 Americans are predicted to die from Covid-19 if mitigation efforts are strong. If they aren’t, there could be more than 2 million deaths. The situation is rapidly changing, and this newsletter should help you keep up with development.

Bulletin: Coronavirus Update 4/1

The SARS-CoV-2 virus and the disease it causes, Covid-19, not only dominate the news, they also dominate the everyday lives of many Americans. Here are the latest news highlights. The estimate now is that 100,000-240,000 Americans will die from Covid-19 if mitigation efforts are strong. If they aren’t, the estimate is for 2.2 million Covid-19 deaths in the U.S.

Update on Coronavirus 3/24

The coronavirus news is moving quickly. Here are the latest data and facts you need to know along with the outstanding questions.

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