Month: March 2020

EU Center for Disease Prevention: No COVID Break in the Summer

One of the questions that is still unanswered with regard to COVID-19 is whether or not it will ease up in the summer as weather turns warmer. Some coronaviruses become less dominant in summer months and the hope has been that this novel coronavirus would...

/ March 27, 2020

Evidence of Flattening the Curve in Northern Italy

Some encouraging news from northern Italy: Real-time evidence of flattening the curve. Lodi had the first Covid-19 case in Italy, and implemented a shutdown on Feb 23. Bergamo waited until March 8. Look at the difference. Incredible research by @drjenndowd, @melindacmills & co-authors.

/ March 16, 2020

COVID-19 Packet

I’m putting together a list of resources for people to use as they deal with various aspects of life under social distancing during a pandemic. If there are other pieces you have found useful that fill a gap in this guide, feel free to email...

/ March 15, 2020

Montana Gov. Bullock Enters Senate Race

On Monday, the popular (and term-limited) Montana governor Steve Bullock is running for Senate this fall in a bid to unseat Republican Sen. Steve Daines: I've always fought for the people of Montana. Together, we expanded health care, protected public lands, banned dark money in...

/ March 10, 2020

The Latest Controversy in the PCA’s Missouri Presbytery, Explained

Last weekend the Chapel, a secular arts venue owned and operated by Memorial Presbyterian Church, a PCA congregation in St Louis, MO, hosted Transluminate, an arts festival put on by an LGBTQ+ advocacy organization. The festival was a “celebration of transgender, agender, non-binary, genderqueer, and...

/ March 9, 2020