The United States overtakes China to have the highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the world.
Related/unrelated: Virtual reconstructions of Europe’s fortified past.
Smartphone data reveal which American states are social distancing (Nevada) and which are not (Wyoming).
Related: “Coronavirus Spreading Faster in Detroit Than Nearly Anywhere in United States.”
The National Security Council created a pandemic response plan in 2016. The White House ignored it.
“The disconnect between Trumpian reality and actual reality has never been on starker display than in the past few days.”
Americans are generally slightly more worried, also slightly more satisfied.
Almost 3.3 million people filed unemployment claims with the Department of Labor last week.
How the macroeconomics of Covid-19 do and do not resemble those of WWII.
“I never wanted to learn this much about economics, nor indeed about my husband.” Relationship drama in the time of coronavirus, via stories from the Social Distance Project.
During a pandemic, some information about attachment theory amid tips on how to stay married.
More than 20 people talk about how they’re handling sex right now.
Related/unrelated: Selections from Poetry magazine related to “indoor activities.”
What flying internationally looks like at the moment.
What it looks like when a distillery pivots to producing hand sanitizer.
Members of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra play the finale of Beethoven’s ninth from home.