March 17, 2020
Mapping spread by Washington Post
Don’t panic, comprehensive guide by Ars Technica
Covid19 Info by Emergency Department Critical Care Blog
Act today or people will die – fascinating analysis and projections
World Meter on Coronavirus
Great data and visualization by John Hopkins
Great data and updates, initially written for startups
Latest document from above link
Data and Visualization
Answers by Federation of American Scientists
Stats in USA by state
What you need to know by Atlantic
Q&A by a MD
USA Today Opinion on What’s the best thing to do
A List of Personal Things You Can Do to Stay Well in a Time of CoVID19 by MD
Summary from Imperial College report , Imperial College report
Simple Explanation on exponential growth
Information is beautiful
A virologist’s explanation of why it is hard to create vaccine for cold
Risks of accelerated testing
You are likely to get Coronavirus vaccine
Fiction, but chilling narration of how virus spreads
Risk of having coronavirus
Our world in data – stats research
Exponential spread in simulator , more detailed analysis
https://app.getpocket.com/read/2914686993 – from an Italian , you have no idea what’s coming
https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2020/03/19/coronavirus-effect-economy-life-society-analysis-covid-135579 Except widening equality gap, others sound good.
To be clear, SARS-CoV-2 is not the flu. It causes a disease with different symptoms, spreads and kills more readily, and belongs to a completely different family of viruses. https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2020/03/biography-new-coronavirus/608338/
If panic is helpful, of course you should bring it on. But it rarely is.
Curate your incoming.
Stay off Twitter.
Do the work instead. Whatever needs doing most is better than panic.
Being up-to-date on the news is a trap and a scam. Five minutes a day is all you need. https://seths.blog/2020/03/calm-also-has-a-coefficient/
It first struck me how different it was when I saw my first coronavirus patient go bad. I was like, Holy shit, this is not the flu. Watching this relatively young guy, gasping for air, pink frothy secretions coming out of his tube.
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