Much of the focus - and the blame - for the lockdown has been placed on the city’s immigrant and ethnic minority population.
How Kazakhstan failed to deal with COVID-19 and became the first country to enter a second national lockdown.
Even accounting for factors like age and population density, the role of air pollution in explaining the spread of COVID-19 cases is compelling.
Even under changed circumstances, universities can still provide students with the things they find important.
A tale of two leaders on Twitter in the age of COVID-19.
Wearing a face mask during the blitz was uncontentious.
The evidence suggests the novel coronavirus evolved naturally.
As the US battled the 1918 influenza pandemic, some communities staged contentious battles against wearing masks. Sound familiar?
A transparency index could fix issues in the current medical supply chain in the US.
As the pandemic drags on, uncertainty and fears about health and safety mix with confusion and challenges tied to re-opening society. You need flexibility when picking your coping strategies.
Pandemic is once in a generation opportunity to help homeless people stay off the streets for good – we must not waste this.
New analysis of 500 public submissions to a parliamentary inquiry shows just how prevalent conspiracy theories on 5G have become.
A sustainable return to remote learning must ensure schools and the government address social, emotional and equity issues of students, and increasing workloads for teachers.
It's always dangerous to put present-day events into historic perspectives. That's especially true when political leaders have compared the coronavirus pandemic to a war effort.
The pandemic response has put the long-term health and well-being of children and adolescents at risk, with the possibility of seismic shifts in population health if we do not act.
People living in long-term care facilities have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19 in Canada. A new report analyzing long-term care around the world assesses Canada's pandemic performance.
An ideal test for the diagnosis of COVID-19 would be cheap, accurate and easy to use. The key is to choose an affordable test with the strengths and limitations meet a population's needs.
There is concern over the growing influence of non-regional players in decision making at the regional bank.
The COVID-19 death toll in the US is now over 130,000. What do 130,000 fatalities look like? A biostatistician provides some perspective.
Some viruses are similar enough that just one vaccine is needed to treat them all.