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Heavy rain in NYC. Photo by Matteo Catanese on Unsplash.

New York Flooding Reminds us why it is Important to Prep...

We have hurricane hunters, weather radar, apps on our phones, and emergency notification, but sometimes things still catch us by surprise.
The island of Manhattan. Photo by Florian Wehde on Unsplash.

New York City may be our Canary in the COVID Mine

For decades, miners would bring canaries into coal mines to act as an early warning system for carbon monoxide and other toxic gases. NYC may be our early warning system for COVID-19.
COVID-19 screening point. Photo by Graham Ruttan on Unsplash.

COVID-19 Increases in Europe Despite Continued U.S. Decline

Just two months ago, the U.S. was seeing COVID-19 cases grow at 9 percent per week. In the past week, the U.S. has seen growth of 1.4 percent. Meanwhile cases across Europe are climbing.
The peaks and valleys of COVID-19

COVID-19 Cases Drop 39 Percent in Two Weeks

Is the plunging number of new COVID-19 cases part of a normal peak and valley, or is the vaccine pushing numbers down?
Masks have become a way of life as COVID-19 sweeps across the globe.

From COVID’s Perspective, California is the new New York

In the spring, densely populated New York was the epicenter of COVID-19. Now it has shifted to the other coast and Los Angeles is the new viralhot bed.
Parliament in England. Photo by Adam Derewecki from Pixabay.

October 5: Lockdowns Loom Again as Another Wave Expected

While the U.S. worries about its president and the NFL, Europe has bigger problems on its hands as cases continue to climb and lockdowns loom.
COVID-19 cases and deaths in charts from the New York Times on 6-21-20

Coronavirus Report June 21 – Cases Up, Deaths Down

While cases of coronavirus continue to climb in the U.S. and around the world, the death rate continues to drop.
Map of US showing deaths

May 27 Coronavirus Report: The Two Faces of The Coronavirus

The coronavirus has hit hard in some states, killing tens of thousands, while in most states deaths still number in the hundreds. We must address it locally, not nationally.
Walking alone in a park. Photo by Gautam Krishnan on Unsplash.

Coronavirus is Changing our World

The coronavirus is a disrupter, changing the way we work, live, travel and study. How well you survive the post-viral period may depend on how quickly you adapt to change.
Wall Street Journal

Politics vs Pandemic

We've seen the curve flatten and slowly drop, now news coverage is following as COVID-19 gets less coverage.