Self-isolation may protect us from COVID-19, but what if you’re forced to live with strangers? This week, we look at nursing homes and prisons.
Federal inspectors cited 80% of nursing homes for poor infection control in recent years. Now, 25% of U.S. nursing home residents have gotten COVID-19.
Part of our illustrated series on inequity in the time of pandemic.
A Texas woman seeking an abortion asks: “Why is my life not important enough to the governor and the other men making these decisions?”
Attacks against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have surged since the spread of the coronavirus in the U.S. This hate has a deeper history.
A New York City waiter reflects on the changes COVID-19 has wrought on the city in this comic illustrated by Thi Bui.
Nurse Martha Marx talks about the difficulties of caring for patients amid the COVID-19 pandemic in this interview illustrated by Thi Bui.
Three out of four Americans without reliable high-speed internet access live in urban areas. Most haven’t connected because they can’t afford it.
With a leadership vacuum in Washington, the San Francisco Bay Area’s shelter-in-place orders led the nation’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The federal government’s failure to manage the pandemic shifted the burden to local officials. We look at state responses in California and Florida.