Another season, and Covid-19 is still with us. The novel coronavirus first reared its head last winter. Throughout the spring and summer, it surged and, occasionally, ebbed a bit, only to surge again. With the coming of fall, we’ve now made it almost full circle. So, in that time, what have we learned about this […]
As a race, we humans often fall prey to tendencies that distort our view of dangers.
Is a Covid-19 vaccine before the end of the year still a reality?
Can we get coronavirus twice? Unlikely, at least in the short term.
Masks slow the spread of the coronavirus. And while they can’t fully protect us, there’s mounting evidence that they can lessen the severity if we do get infected.
Until there’s a vaccine, Mary Schneeberger did what we all need to do.