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Also this week: Dearth of pandemic data on race, ethnicity ‘beyond bad,' and experts support additional oversight of pathogen research.
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This article was produced as part of a project for the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism’s 2021 National Fellowship, which provided training, mentoring, and funding to support this project. Other work by Sara Satullo includes: 2 new projects slated to bring 95 new apartments to Bethlehem’s
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Tribes are finding strength and solutions in culture and tradition amid the devastation of COVID-19.
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As we look to understand the public health response to COVID-19, Dr. Jan Gurley of the San Francisco Department of Public Health explains what it means when a state institutes Crisis Standards of Care, as Arizona has.
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A veteran health journalist checks in with reporters in the American heartland to see what they're covering — and how they're faring.
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This online self-assessment tool offers a useful starting point.
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