Most U.S. pandemic policies are not helping those most vulnerable to dying from both COVID-19 and pandemic-driven unemployment, including Blacks, the less educated and the poor.
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Most pandemic policies have benefited those already best off in US society and ignored people for whom neither mass shutdowns nor reopening offer relief.
This government has known more about the granular detail of the crisis than any government in any crisis before it.
Piccadilly Circus subway underground station is emptier than usual.
It's hard to make international comparisons of the COVID death rates in individual countries, but a new approach is giving scientists better data to work with.
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Australian Bureau of Statistics figures suggest there have been more than 800 'excess deaths' in Australia in January-March 2020, relative to the average, but only 103 confirmed COVID-19 deaths so far.