The messy public debate about the origins of SARS-CoV-2 is the endpoint of over a year of failures on the part of science communicators.
Facebook just made it way easier to spread conspiracy theories about where coronavirus came from.
Zhang Zhan challenged Beijing’s monopoly on information, and paid a price.
Six months after Wuhan's lockdown ended, curious travellers are flocking to the former epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“It’s easy to look at the pictures of the pool party and pass it off as Chinese people being socially irresponsible... But do not forget how it must have felt like for all of us actually living in Wuhan."
Partygoers crowded to watch a DJ perform, without face masks.
It took China over a week to tell the world it had human-to-human transmission, says a doctor who diagnosed several early cases.
The Chinese CDC said that the market was actually a “victim” of the coronavirus.
And Beijing is signaling it will block a global investigation into how the pandemic began.
Wuhan's 76-day lockdown has ended, but a cluster of new cases is sparking fears of a second wave.