Laying Bare the Secrets of the Pandemic
A new archive will help researchers and journalists make sense of the early days of Covid-19.
Renters in Arkansas and Nebraska Face Eviction After Governors Refuse Federal Rental Assistance
The Republican governors claimed tenants no longer need aid to cover back rent accrued during the pandemic. But requests for funds remain high as residents struggle to stay housed.
Infection of Wildlife Biologist Highlights Risks of Virus Hunting
A graduate student fell ill with a novel virus after working with wild bats in Uganda and Sudan.
Guantánamo Bay Prison’s First Covid Outbreak Shrouded in Secrecy
At least four detainees who have not been charged with any crime contracted Covid-19 at the notorious maximum security prison base.
Jeffrey Sachs Presents Evidence of Possible Lab Origin of Covid-19
An article in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences calls for an independent investigation of information held by U.S.-based institutions that could shed light on the origins of Covid.