Saturday assorted links

1. How to ration access to scarce, reopening resources.

2. Will Australia do best?  And America’s coronavirus report card (my Bloomberg column).  And the correct Dan Wang link from yesterday (Bloomberg).

3. Derek Lowe on antibody approaches.

4. Crude empirical work suggesting non-essential businesses can be reopened without bringing big problems on net.

5. Yemeni Jew music video.  And quelites: Mexico’s wild greens.

6. A thread threading threads on heterogeneous super-spreaders.  Best update on this discussion I have seen lately.

7. A social distancing picnic blanket.  And in Newfoundland and Labrador: the double bubble.

8. “Far more mildly ill or asymptomatic COVID-19 patients in Japan are opting to self-isolate at home than hole up in hotels, leaving accommodations catering to them with abysmal occupancy rates, recent figures show.


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