10 Sunday Reads

My easy like Sunday morning helpful resources reads:


• Handbook of COVID-19 Prevention and Treatment (ALNAP)
• Blood plasma taken from covid-19 survivors might help patients fight off the disease (MIT Technology Review)
• The Best Hopes for a Coronavirus Drug (The Atlantic)
• Pfizer Identifies Lead Coronavirus Drug Candidate (Wall Street Journal)
• I just got a shot of a coronavirus vaccine. I hope it works! (Washington Post)
• Haywire Immune Response Eyed in Coronavirus Deaths, Treatment (Wall Street Journal)
• More Coronavirus Vaccines and Treatments Move Toward Human Trials (New York Times)
• The Best-Case Scenario for Coronavirus Is That It’s Way More Infectious Than We Think. (New York Magazine)
• How a discovery that brought us Viagra could help those battling the coronavirus (Los Angeles Times)
• Coronavirus kills some people and hardly affects others: How is that possible? (Los Angeles Times)
• The Bats Behind the Pandemic (Wall Street Journal)
• History’s deadliest pandemics, from ancient Rome to modern America (Washington Post)
• Cambridge virologist explains what we know and don’t know about Covid 19 (Cambridge Independent)


• Will I Get A Check From The US Government, And How? Here’s Everything You Need To Know. (Buzzfeed)
• 10 Sources of Emergency Cash, Ranked from Best to Worst (Morningstar)
• Some Insurers Offer a Break for Drivers Stuck at Home (New York Times)
• Coronavirus unemployment guide: What to do if you get laid off or furloughed (Washington Post)
• This Brooklyn Landlord Just Canceled Rent for Hundreds of Tenants (New York Times)

Stay Safe & Sane WFH:

• The Germ-Cleaning Power of an Open Window (Medium)
• Don’t Click! Coronavirus Text and Phone Scams Are Designed to Trick You (Wall Street Journal)
• How to Keep Your Home Free of Coronavirus Germs: Tips include cleaning with EPA-approved disinfectants and running dishwashers on sanitize cycle if possible (Wall Street Journal)
• Working from home? 7 smart tips to help you get more done (Fast Company)
• WFH? Here’s how to run a really great virtual meeting (WEF)


• Museum Asks People To Recreate Paintings With Stuff They Can Find at Home, Here Are The Results (Sad and Useless)
• A Letter to the City (Next Draft)
• The End of Owning Music: How CDs and Downloads Died (Rolling Stone)
• Your Internet is working. Thank these Cold War-era pioneers who designed it to handle almost anything (Washington Post)
• The Weirdly Enduring Appeal of Weird Al Yankovic (New York Times)


• The secret weapon in the fight against coronavirus: women (The Guardian)
• States and experts begin pursuing a coronavirus national strategy in absence of White House direction (Washington Post)
• For All Its Coronavirus Blunders, Italy Offers Hope for Other Democracies (Wall Street Journal)
• We Need an Army of Health Workers. So Let’s Get the Army to Train One. (Politico)
• We need smart solutions to mitigate the coronavirus’s impact. Here are 16. (Washington Post)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with John Mousseau, CEO and Director of Fixed Income Trading at Cumberland Advisors, which manages $3.5B in fixed income products.


NASA Satellite Data Show 30 Percent Drop In Air Pollution Over Northeast U.S.

Source: NASA



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