My mantra: Knowledge is power.
That being said, here are some websites and some articles (links and pdfs) that may be of interest as we make our way through the Coronavirus pandemic.
Keep safe and sane,
This is an interactive map that breaks down cases by state, via county. What you should look for here: the colors that chart cases over a day's period. The lighter the color, the better your state or county may be in moving toward—or, hopefully, away—from the pandemic.
Coronavirus “Stay at home” Orders, and What it Means in Your State
What to look for here:
1: Dividing the number of deaths to cases in your area.
2: Also, number of cases divided by your area's population puts the virus' toll it into perspective.
3: You should also take note as to whether the numbers of cases are going up near you. If so, it's a red sign.
CDC Advice on Prevention
Why You Should NOT Try to Infect Yourself
This is a great article as to how doctors view stupid people tricks during the coronavirus pandemic.
New York City during the Coronavirus Pandemic – An Essay
New Yorker's editor, David Remnick, writes eloquently as to how it's affected his town.
Coronavirus Seems to Kill More Men than Women.
Does gender play a part in the virus' outcome? Maybe. This explains why.
The Sad Reality of Why Communal Gatherings Must Cease for the Time Being
Insightful reportage by BusinessInsider.com
Are you in a state that has yet to issue a “shelter in place” mandate?
Here's how the UK Plans to Go from 16,000 Tests a day to 100,000 by the End of the Month.
How long until it ends?
The first state hit, Washington, is thinking that through now.
A Coronavirus patient describes what it's like to live through it.
YES—It can happen to you too. No state is immune, no matter how large or small the city.
Why we must all play our parts by sheltering in place, walking six feet apart, and masking while in public.
In other words, stay safe.
Help! My Mask Fogs My Glasses
Health workers have a few tricks for solving this vexing problem, but it will take trial and error to find the one that works for you.