an absolutely wild thing abt Twitter dot com is that we scoff at a 3 percent chance of death https://t.co/AzG9foBWWO
— Steadman™ (@AsteadWesley) March 14, 2020
Trying to explain asymptomatic transmission and the exponential growth of epidemics to a 5-year-old to explain why he can’t have a birthday party, and it’s…not going well.
— Chris Hayes (@chrislhayes) March 14, 2020
my love language is copy/pasting bits from the transcripts of my interviews with epidemiologists about coronavirus into the group chat
— anna borges (@annabroges) March 13, 2020
Curious how newsrooms are physically deploying reporters amid the coronavirus? Or what the protocol is? Are there any policies in place to stay home or go out with caution?
In there face of quarantine/suggested self-quarantine, what are you (reporter/editor/leader) doing?
— Terry Parris Jr. (@terryparrisjr) March 13, 2020
my new rule where I only check twitter once every 3-4 weeks for 10 minutes (bc I have no impulse control) is going FANTASTIC and rly helping me become less brain sick and happier… see u in April <3 !! email to get in touch. BYEEE
— eve peyser (@evepeyser) March 9, 2020
This headline is good: gives context, cuts thru the spin. Doesn’t allow the subject to continue to BS about why her show was shut down. The story is worth reading, too. https://t.co/7CbUAH6A08
— Soledad O'Brien (@soledadobrien) March 14, 2020
God I hope someone asks all these business titans about their paid sick leave policies
— Rebecca Traister (@rtraister) March 13, 2020
You know who are also heroes? Those working the checkout counters and stocking shelves at supermarkets and pharmacies. Their work, at some risk to their own health, is vital to the health and safety of our country.
— Dan Rather (@DanRather) March 14, 2020