New update of unequaled @nytimes coronavirus tracking. Here we track college cases (manual, meticulous work by big team). We also track national totals county by county, nursing homes & more.
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New: The @nytimes has identified more than 214,000 coronavirus cases at more than 1,600 colleges across the US. Most of these covid cases are from this recent fall semester. You can search for your school, here: https://t.co/2bujhiAR3q
Trump is being vastly outspent by Biden in television advertising. We looked at where and when the candidates are spending on ads and it really shows where the battlegrounds are. => https://t.co/Kpi8O1l4dBhttps://t.co/BL6OBpicRy
“Time interval is a strange and contradictory matter in the mind. It would be reasonable to suppose that a routine time or an eventless time would seem interminable. It should be so, but it’s not.” John Steinbeck described the quarantine times so poignantly..
What we do know is that there are already thousands of cases in k-12 schools and what's being reported by us and by states are just minimum counts. Much of what exactly is going on in the 10,000+ districts in the country is still unknown. https://t.co/6hnB0zFWCu
There is no federal effort to monitor coronavirus cases in schools. Not every state is disclosing the information, and for the ones that do, the data is reported on different levels and on different time frame. https://t.co/tMiYWMpJyf
When we first set out to track the #coronavirus cases in k-12 schools, we didn't expect it to be an impossible task. It turned out to be that way. Here is as comprehensive as a picture we can paint on #COVID19 cases in schools after weeks of reporting. https://t.co/Amr5UWgHNR
We surveyed more than 1,500 U.S. colleges and universities and found more than 26,000 cases of the coronavirus at more than 750 institutions since the pandemic began.
As students and faculty return to campus, cases are turning up by the thousands. https://t.co/l1B8xMQ3Ru
A reminder of the sort of material soldiers were posting on FB when they were driving out Rohingya. By @Simondlewis@dawncai624.
"The debt of people’s blood I will collect with much interest. Don’t run."
Many of the public posts have since been deleted.