Coronavirus Tag

Co-published with U.S. News and World Report. In impoverished places like the rural South, standard amenities that form the baseline for warding off coronavirus infection can be hard to come by.

Co-published with GQ. The mercurial billionaire CEO of Tesla and SpaceX regularly flouts the law with little fear of punishment. Elizabeth Spiers on why the rules don't apply to him.

Co-published with The Nation. The challenge of making ends meet was difficult before Covid-19. Now it’s even worse.

Co-published with WIRED. The adrenaline of the first days of the Covid response has drained away, leaving sore muscles, heavy hearts, and a creeping awareness that the grind is here to stay.

Co-published with Erie News Now. During COVID-19, there is concern that the suicide rate may increase due to stress, anxiety, and other factors.

Co-published with The Oklahoman. A floral design program at Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City that was created to help homeless and low-income residents find employment has been put on hold due to COVID-19.

Co-published with the Arkansas Times and the Arkansas Nonprofit News Network. Poultry workers in Arkansas describe appalling and unsanitary working conditions at processing plants amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Co-published with the Washington Post and reprinted by Stars and Stripes. Ten years after my Marine husband’s death, I felt the familiar frustration of facing a government slow to protect one of

Co-published with WIRED. Doctors, nurses, and technicians at the University of Michigan Hospital are coping with fear, exhaustion, and the risk of illness as they face the rising tide of COVID-19.

Co-published with HuffPost. We were so broke we broke up. Then a deadly disease broke the markets and brought us back together.

Co-published with The New York Review of Books. With COVID-19 infections raging nationally, poor people and people of color remain at risk for an undercount in the 2020 Census.

Co-published with The New Republic. As states grant early release to slow the spread of COVID-19, many people are leaving incarceration broke and without a net.

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