Portugal’s low coronavirus caseload is attributed to a swift, flexible “worst-case scenario” response and early closure of schools and universities on March 16, 2020

Moderated by Peter Mansbridge: April 17, 2020 Munk School of Public Affairs Zoom event explores governance issues related to COVID-19

China’s six-day delay in reporting Wuhan outbreak warrants scrutiny as details emerge

Undark Magazine, March 22, 2020: Corporate-backed science denialism has long been deployed by the tobacco, fossil fuel, chemical, and mining industries to fight public health and environmental regulation

Sweden remains relaxed about public restrictions in favour of its own, unique brand of cultural exceptionalism in response to new coronavirus

Lessons learned from Italy’s COVID-19 response; as well, Harvard epidemiologist suggests some nursing home residents be moved out

COVID-19 testing is an absolute priority – including of asymptomatic individuals; not much testing is happening in Ontario right now

Battle is breaking out in southwestern Ontario between three long-term care facilities and local public health, with health officials refusing to test elderly asymptomatic patients for COVID-19