News World

As Covid-19 Surges, the Big Unknown Is Where People Are Getting Infected


Western nations face a big challenge in fighting the Covid-19 pandemic: Ten months into the health crisis, they still know little about where people are catching the virus.

The problem is becoming more acute as new cases are breaking records in the U.S. and Europe and pressure grows on authorities to impose targeted restrictions on places that are spreading the virus, rather than broad confinement measures that are wreaking havoc on the economy.


Related posts

The morning read for Wednesday, March 8

Ray Morrison

A bungled house sale, a bankrupt couple, and a statutory puzzle involving debts incurred through fraud

Ray Morrison

Russia Strengthens Defenses in Occupied Ukraine as Zelensky Visits Poland

David Appleton

Suspected Terrorist Knife Attack in Nice, France, Leaves Three Dead

David Appleton

Sinovac's Covid-19 Vaccine Shown Effective in Brazil Trials

David Appleton

The morning read for Friday, March 10

Ray Morrison

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy