Some tweets that caught my eye recently:
My paper today with Mark McClellan. We can sharply reduce the #COVID19 threat with technology and have the chance to develop and deploy these tools right away. We need to take some new policy steps to achieve these goals. We outline those steps here 1/n https://t.co/gWKLd93sod
— Scott Gottlieb, MD (@ScottGottliebMD) March 19, 2020
Parents. A thread of useful literacy resources for you for the coming weeks.
— Wyl Menmuir (@Wylmenmuir) March 19, 2020
Well, one issue is settled: China can indeed innovate! Now everyone else is looking at their tactics. Here's what they did.
1) Official guidehttps://t.co/XUZdujRwwG
4) Zhejiang bookhttps://t.co/LzN1bU0Yfs pic.twitter.com/mIGJOIOwe3
— Balaji S. Srinivasan (@balajis) March 18, 2020
I've been mulling over the @MRC_Outbreak modeling report on #COVID19 mitigation and suppression strategies since it was posted on March 16. Although mitigation through social distancing may not solve things I believe we can bring this epidemic under control. 1/19
— Trevor Bedford (@trvrb) March 19, 2020
My struggles with a lackadaisacal boomer today: @ShashiTharoor insists on going to Parliament with hordes of other people pressed together in close quarters even as Indian government enacts significant measures to begin imposing social distancing. This is nuts.
— Ishaan Tharoor (@ishaantharoor) March 19, 2020