Trump told Bob Woodward in February that the coronavirus would be deadly, and that he would play down the danger anyway.
In this episode of “Complexify,” we look at stockpiling — or hoarding, if you prefer to call it that — and why it’s not so straightforward.
The coronavirus has revealed so many of our institutions to be vulnerable or broken. But that doesn't mean they will change.
“We’re New Yorkers, right? We’ll get through it.”
“Something had to be done with all the nervous energy.”
Wondering how coronavirus might change the world? Look to history.
VICE co-founder Shane Smith interviews famed whistleblower Edward Snowden in "Shelter in Place," a new series on VICE TV.
“Sadly most Chinese people really believe the U.S. brought the virus to China and they call it ‘USA virus,’” Lucy, a 45-year-old Chinese American who recently returned to China to take care of her parents, told VICE News.
The plan depends on testing millions of people to assure that the country can ease the lockdown without COVID-19 raging back.
The new coronavirus, which erupted four months ago in Wuhan, China, has ground vast swathes of the global economy to a halt and claimed over 51,000 lives.
There are currently 1,290 people in the intensive care unit, meaning they're hooked up to ventilators — a device that’s in short supply in New York.
“Whatever gets in here starts spreading, and everyone gets it.”