Confronting COVID-19

The University of Chicago on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic battle

UChicago Research & Impact
COVID 2025: How the pandemic is changing our world
UChicago News
The Impact of COVID-19
Chicago Booth Review
Key economic facts about COVID-19
Becker Friedman Institute

‘Because we’re all in this together’
UChicago News
Sept 23, 2020
Outlook for the Country and the Economy is Less Negative
NORC at UChicago
Sept 22, 2020
Keeping up with immunizations during the COVID-19 pandemic
UChicago Medicine
Sept 21, 2020
The Unexpected Experiment
Law School
Sept 21, 2020
The Public Outlook Remains Gloomy
NORC at UChicago
Sept 17, 2020
Did the Paycheck Protection Program work as designed?
Chicago Booth Review
Sept 17, 2020
UChicago Medicine launches registry to support phase 3 trials for COVID-19 vaccine
UChicago Medicine
Sept 15, 2020
Welcoming students back to the UChicago campus
UChicago News
Sept 15, 2020
New vaccine design reduces inflammation, enhances protection
Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering
Sept 9, 2020
UChicago Medicine begins clinical trial testing the efficacy of antibody against SARS-CoV-2
UChicago Medicine
Sept 8, 2020
A daily measure of people’s potential exposure to COVID-19
Chicago Booth Review
Sept 3, 2020
Vitamin D deficiency may raise risk of getting COVID-19
UChicago Medicine
Sept 3, 2020
Young donor surprises Mendoza lab with donation for COVID-19 research
Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering
Sept 2, 2020
Court Theatre reimagines the stage through online programs during pandemic
UChicago News
Sept 2, 2020
Remote Learning, Under Control
Law School
Sept 1, 2020
COVID-19 is changing key business relationships
Chicago Booth Review
Aug 27, 2020
The Role of Minority Depository Institutions and Financial Innovation in the Age of Covid-19 (webinar)
Law School
Aug 26, 2020
UChicago scientists share knowledge, research with the public—now with a virtual beer
UChicago News
Aug 25, 2020
Social Distancing Laws Cause Only Small Losses of Economic Activity: Scandinavian Countries as a Case Study
ProMarket
Aug 25, 2020
Americans have little confidence in COVID-19 stimulus plans
Chicago Booth Review
Aug 20, 2020
UChicago Harris/AP-NORC Study Finds Demand for Grocery and Food Delivery Remains Strong While Use of Ride-Hailing Services Plummets during Pandemic
Harris Public Policy
Aug 19, 2020
Preexisting drug shows promise in fight against COVID-19
Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering
Aug 14, 2020
How do we document life in a pandemic? UChicago Library wants your help
UChicago Library
Aug 11, 2020
How will COVID-19 change management and leadership?
Chicago Booth Review
Aug 11, 2020
The Persuasive Effect of Fox News: How Increases in Fox News Viewership Reduced Compliance With Social Distancing Guidelines
ProMarket
Aug 10, 2020
UChicago molecular engineers take innovative approaches to COVID-19 vaccine
Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering
Aug 7, 2020
A video overview of Autumn Quarter preparations
UChicago News
Aug 6, 2020
The University of Chicago is awarded a major federal contract to host a new COVID-19 medical imaging resource center
UChicago Medicine
Aug 5, 2020
Why partisanship affected American's pandemic perceptions
Chicago Booth Review
Aug 5, 2020
UChicago Health Pact enlists campus community against spread of COVID-19
UChicago News
Aug 4, 2020
Fear, not government shutdowns, chilled the economy
Chicago Booth Review
Aug 4, 2020
More and More Employers Are Spying on Workers Online. Federal Regulators Are Okay With It
ProMarket
Jul 30, 2020
Line of Inquiry: George Wu on negotiating over Zoom
Chicago Booth Review
Jul 30, 2020
Harris Students Analyze Government Response to Pandemic
Harris Public Policy
Jul 29, 2020
How the gig economy could support pandemic recovery
Chicago Booth Review
Jul 28, 2020
Abrams Clinic Advocates for Energy Justice in Detroit
Law School
Jul 27, 2020
How to better cope with the mental burden of a pandemic
UChicago News
Jul 22, 2020
How computer science can help fight COVID-19
Department of Computer Science
Jul 17, 2020
COVID 2025: Facing the threat of future pandemics, with Emily Landon
UChicago News
Jul 16, 2020
COVID 2025: How COVID-19 will challenge and change cities, with Luis Bettencourt
UChicago News
Jul 16, 2020
COVID-19 isn’t changing what investors want
Chicago Booth Review
Jul 16, 2020
How Personal Experiences With Covid-19 Are Changing Americans’ Behaviors and Political Views
ProMarket
Jul 15, 2020
How New York City could reopen its economy, neighborhood by neighborhood
Chicago Booth Review
Jul 13, 2020
How an alternate reality game helped build community during the pandemic
UChicago News
Jul 9, 2020
Data Management Planning for COVID-19 Research
UChicago Library
Jul 8, 2020
Does voting by mail increase the risk of voter fraud?
UChicago News
Jul 6, 2020
What pandemics mean for religion
UChicago News
Jul 2, 2020
UChicago researchers awarded BIG grant to develop rapid, at-home COVID-19 test
Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering
Jun 30, 2020
Transplant patient recovers from COVID-19 after receiving donated plasma
UChicago News
Jun 29, 2020
Why the pandemic hits Black, Hispanic household finances harder
UChicago News
Jun 26, 2020
Lung transplant patient with COVID-19 recovers following plasma clinical trial
UChicago Medicine
Jun 24, 2020
COVID-19 Data Sources for Researchers
Rustandy Center
Jun 22, 2020
Researchers develop a faster, better way to disinfect N95 masks for reuse
UChicago News
Jun 19, 2020
Happiness among Americans dips to five-decade low
UChicago News
Jun 16, 2020
How far does COVID-19 spread through air? Study monitors virus in hospital rooms
UChicago News
Jun 16, 2020
Fox News causes viewers to disregard social distancing
Chicago Booth Review
Jun 16, 2020
US small businesses have little cushion against prolonged disruptions
Chicago Booth Review
Jun 15, 2020
How South Korea limited COVID-19 deaths and economic damage
Chicago Booth Review
Jun 12, 2020
An alternative for the brain tickler? UChicago scientists explore saliva testing for COVID-19
UChicago News
Jun 11, 2020
Why inflation could follow the crisis
Chicago Booth Review
Jun 8, 2020
Graduate students organize to provide face masks and first aid supplies for protesters
UChicago Medicine
Jun 5, 2020
Study: Nearly 16% of Illinois COVID-19 cases linked to spread from Chicago jail
UChicago News
Jun 5, 2020
More than 50 million Americans can’t return to work fully until schools reopen
Chicago Booth Review
Jun 4, 2020
Students Immerse Themselves in Virtual Pro Bono Work during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Law School
Jun 3, 2020
Chang-Tai Hsieh: We need a plan to avoid a humanitarian and economic catastrophe
Chicago Booth Review
Jun 1, 2020
Where COVID-19 Testing Lags Community Need in Northeast Illinois
Harris Public Policy
May 29, 2020
Labor market impacts of COVID-19 on businesses: Updated with data through May 23
Rustandy Center
May 29, 2020
Labor market impacts of COVID-19 on businesses: Updated with data through May 23
Rustandy Center
May 29, 2020
From concerts to museums, UChicago artists find new inspiration under quarantine
UChicago News
May 29, 2020
This is not a normal recession. A normal response will not do.
Chicago Booth Review
May 29, 2020
UChicago partners on effort to pair public with researchers in fight against COVID-19
UChicago News
May 28, 2020
How much exactly have COVID-19 lockdowns affected the economy?
Chicago Booth Review
May 28, 2020
COVID-19 data sources for researchers
Rustandy Center
May 28, 2020
What’s the mental toll of life during a pandemic?
Chicago Booth Review
May 27, 2020
Expectations for a COVID-19 Vaccine
NORC at UChicago
May 27, 2020
Small-business loans didn’t reach their targets
Chicago Booth Review
May 26, 2020
UChicago scholar’s COVID-19 task force creates innovative solutions in India
Law School
May 26, 2020
Economic Attitudes as the Country Starts to Reopen
NORC at UChicago
May 22, 2020
Why the crisis could prompt more women to join the labor market
Chicago Booth Review
May 21, 2020
How to balance privacy while using contact tracing for COVID-19
UChicago News
May 21, 2020
How leaders can rise to the challenge of COVID-19
Chicago Booth Review
May 21, 2020
What the crisis means for the European Union
Chicago Booth Review
May 20, 2020
UChicago initiative to distribute food to South Side surpasses 150,000-meal mark
UChicago News
May 20, 2020
What does effective government look like during a pandemic?
Harris Public Policy
May 20, 2020
Why Asia acted faster than the rest of the world
Chicago Booth Review
May 19, 2020
Will coronavirus-related job losses eventually return?
UChicago News
May 19, 2020
Researchers Develop a Faster, Better Way to Disinfect N95 Masks for Reuse
Polsky Center
May 18, 2020
Will COVID-19 hamper the growth of cities?
Chicago Booth Review
May 18, 2020
Librarian leads UChicago Educational Support Team for COVID-19
UChicago Library
May 15, 2020
After the Lockdown: Italian Consumers Are Cautious About Returning to Normal
ProMarket
May 15, 2020
The crisis could widen gaps between rich and poor neighborhoods
Chicago Booth Review
May 15, 2020
Beyond the Pandemic: Improving Healthcare Systems Slashes Deaths from Air Pollution
Energy Policy Institute
May 14, 2020
How COVID-19 shocked both supply and demand
Chicago Booth Review
May 14, 2020
Labor market impacts of COVID-19 on businesses
Rustandy Center
May 13, 2020
Q&A with UChicago Medicine doctors: Going about your day under COVID-19
UChicago Medicine
May 13, 2020
Why US unemployment is even worse than the official numbers say
Chicago Booth Review
May 13, 2020
‘Working on a genuine crisis’: Law students address COVID-19 spread in prisons
Law School
May 13, 2020
Crime Lab and Education Lab partner with Chinese American business leaders to support those on frontlines of COVID-19
UChicago News
May 13, 2020
What will be the long-term psychological impact of COVID-19?
Chicago Booth Review
May 12, 2020
How are Americans practicing religion during the pandemic?
Divinity School
May 12, 2020
Why poor countries need a debt moratorium
Chicago Booth Review
May 11, 2020
How are Indian households coping under the COVID-19 lockdown?
Rustandy Center
May 11, 2020
Glowing algebra theorems and glimpses into hospital make science lessons unique
UChicago News
May 11, 2020
During pandemic, states could save lives by sharing ventilators
Chicago Booth Review
May 8, 2020
Political Economy of Covid-19: Surveillance and the Future of Privacy
ProMarket
May 8, 2020
Helping GE Double Its Ventilator Production
Chicago Booth
May 8, 2020
COVID-19 and the Global Economic Outlook
Chicago Booth
May 7, 2020
COVID-19 pandemic inspires scholars to change course
Harris Public Policy
May 7, 2020
Here’s How Covid-19 Is Boosting Monopolization and Market Power
ProMarket
May 6, 2020
Scientist examines the best ways to lift quarantine while saving lives
UChicago News
May 6, 2020
Many economic projections are too optimistic
Chicago Booth Review
May 6, 2020
How the Students in the Federal Criminal Justice Clinic Are Addressing COVID-19 Spread in Prisons
Law School
May 6, 2020
Coronavirus pandemic has harmed lower-income workers the most
Rustandy Center
May 5, 2020
We won't go back to 'business as usual'
Chicago Booth Review
May 5, 2020
When and how the U.S. should reopen is a matter of politics, trust in institutions and media
Rustandy Center
May 5, 2020
Danielle Allen to deliver lecture series on ‘Democracy in the Time of Coronavirus’
UChicago News
May 5, 2020
How the Coronavirus Pandemic Is Shaping the Economic Outlook
Chicago Booth
May 4, 2020
Alumna Launches Program for Pet Owners in Need
Chicago Booth
May 4, 2020
No one has all the answers for COVID-19 policy
Chicago Booth Review
May 4, 2020
Plans to reopen economy must consider childcare obligations
UChicago News
May 4, 2020
The crisis will partially reverse globalization
Chicago Booth Review
May 1, 2020
Students create website to help Chicago-area residents shop local
Law School
May 1, 2020
How healthy are supply chains following the advent of COVID-19?
ProMarket
May 1, 2020
“It Is High Time to Use This Opportunity to Counter the Dominant Ideology and Significantly Reduce Inequality”
ProMarket
Apr 30, 2020
Why mental well-being should be part of the COVID-19 policy response
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 30, 2020
A Law School professor reflects on remote instruction
UChicago Magazine
Apr 30, 2020
How soon will life go back to normal after the crisis?
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 29, 2020
COVID-19 in the Mining Industry: A Q&A with Carolina Rojas, MPP'06
Harris Public Policy
Apr 29, 2020
Homemade masks made of silk and cotton may boost protection
UChicago News
Apr 29, 2020
The Paycheck Protection Program, Meant to Prevent Mass Layoffs, Missed Its Target
ProMarket
Apr 29, 2020
Have real-time data helped us address the crisis?
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 29, 2020
Why unemployment claims don’t capture the full economic impact of COVID-19
UChicago News
Apr 29, 2020
Michelle Obama offers Chicago healthcare workers words of thanks and support during the COVID-19 pandemic
UChicago Medicine
Apr 28, 2020
Working from home has some big costs
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 28, 2020
How the Tension Between Big Business and Antitrust Will Reshape Post-Covid America
ProMarket
Apr 27, 2020
How do you prepare a supply chain for disaster?
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 27, 2020
Federal small business loan program could still fall short of requests
UChicago News
Apr 27, 2020
Plagues and the Pale Rider: Our Present Apocalypse
Divinity School
Apr 27, 2020
UChicago doctors see ‘remarkable’ success using ventilator alternatives for COVID-19
UChicago Medicine
Apr 24, 2020
How Inequality Hurts the Economy and Complicates Policy Responses to the Pandemic
ProMarket
Apr 24, 2020
Policymaking at a time of uncertainty
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 23, 2020
Governmental Fiscal Emergency And The Coronavirus: A Conversation with Mike Belsky
Harris Public Policy
Apr 23, 2020
How retailers inadvertently contribute to hoarding
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 23, 2020
Could the COVID-19 crisis permanently affect the US economy?
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 22, 2020
Why the coronavirus pandemic is especially dangerous for immigrants
Law School
Apr 22, 2020
How quantitative models can help policy makers respond to COVID-19
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 22, 2020
How are Americans coping with the COVID-19 crisis? 7 key findings from household survey
Rustandy Center
Apr 21, 2020
University of Chicago Awards More Than $680,000 in Emergency COVID-19 Bridge Grants to 182 South Side Small Businesses
Office of Civic Engagement
Apr 21, 2020
How Benjamin Netanyahu Used the Covid-19 Crisis to Save His Political Career
ProMarket
Apr 21, 2020
The challenge for businesses in the age of COVID-19
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 21, 2020
Lost your sense of smell or taste? Survey explores possible link to COVID-19
UChicago News
Apr 21, 2020
The US economy could contract 11 percent in 2020
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 20, 2020
Scientists hunt for antibodies, key in fight against coronavirus
UChicago News
Apr 20, 2020
To improve pandemic response, U.S. should relax regulations on health care
Chicago Booth Magazine
Apr 20, 2020
New Research Emphasizes Why Leadership Is Necessary to Defeat Harmful Social Norms and COVID-19
Harris Public Policy
Apr 20, 2020
The Coronavirus Crisis Has Exposed Private Equity’s Unsustainable Business Model
ProMarket
Apr 20, 2020
Has the US done enough to help small businesses?
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 17, 2020
How the Pandemic Creates Particularly Dangerous Conditions for Immigrants—and Why a Robust Government Response Matters
Law School
Apr 17, 2020
Why industry-specific shocks can damage the entire economy
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 17, 2020
How will COVID-19 shake the global economy
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 16, 2020
Should the US bail out airlines?
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 16, 2020
UChicago Medicine expands COVID-19 testing to South Side partners, community organizations
UChicago Medicine
Apr 16, 2020
How quickly will the US economy recover?
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 16, 2020
How to connect with others in the age of social distancing
Chicago Booth Magazine
Apr 15, 2020
How much is the coronavirus pandemic impacting hourly workers?
Rustandy Center
Apr 15, 2020
Policy makers’ COVID-19 accounting gift to banks
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 15, 2020
Partisan bias affects what Americans think of the coronavirus
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 15, 2020
Dr. Emily Landon on coronavirus: ‘I don’t understand why the cries from the front line are not being heard’
UChicago News
Apr 14, 2020
How has COVID-19 affected businesses?
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 14, 2020
What were the preliminary economic effects of China’s lockdowns?
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 14, 2020
Will the COVID-19 crisis exacerbate inequality?
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 14, 2020
In the fight against COVID-19, how much freedom are you willing to give up?
UChicago News
Apr 13, 2020
How to be Social When You Can’t Leave Your House
Chicago Booth Magazine
Apr 13, 2020
The Cantillon Effect: Why Wall Street Gets a Bailout and You Don’t
ProMarket (Stigler Center)
Apr 13, 2020
During a Pandemic, Beware the Man of One Model
ProMarket (Stigler Center)
Apr 13, 2020
How small businesses could miss out on stimulus funds
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 13, 2020
UChicago Medicine begins clinical trial to explore plasma transfusions for COVID-19 patients
UChicago Medicine
Apr 13, 2020
IJ Clinic’s Pandemic Response Includes Website to Help Chicagoans ‘Shop in Place’
Law School
Apr 13, 2020
Poverty Lab Research Finds Daily Effect of COVID-19 on Hourly Workers
Harris Public Policy
Apr 9, 2020
Household spending swings dramatically in reaction to coronavirus
Becker Friedman Institute
Apr 9, 2020
Good decisions require good experiments: Hydroxychloroquine provides a case study
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 9, 2020
How much individual freedom are we willing to sacrifice to fight COVID-19?
Law School
Apr 8, 2020
Will the U.S. need to expand testing before lifting lockdowns?
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 8, 2020
How India can meet its greatest challenge in recent history
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 8, 2020
What the coronavirus pandemic means for U.S. health insurance
UChicago News
Apr 7, 2020
China’s economic response to COVID-19 has helped, for now
Chicago Booth Review
Apr 7, 2020
COVID-19 and the gig economy
Harris Public Policy
Apr 6, 2020
Why time outdoors is crucial to your health, even during the coronavirus pandemic
UChicago News
Apr 6, 2020
Supercomputers, giant accelerators lend a hand in the fight against coronavirus
Argonne National Laboratory
Apr 2, 2020
Researchers join forces to study how best to decontaminate N95 masks
UChicago News
Apr 2, 2020
Census Day: Citizenship, COVID-19, and the struggle to count Americans
Harris Public Policy
Apr 1, 2020
How do Americans view the government’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak?
NORC at the University of Chicago
Apr 1, 2020
Coronavirus is hitting larger cities harder. How should they respond?
UChicago News
Mar 31, 2020
With much of U.S. staying at home, how many jobs can be done remotely?
Becker Friedman Institute
Mar 30, 2020
University of Chicago announces partnership to support South Side during COVID-19 crisis
UChicago News
Mar 28, 2020
What the Ebola outbreak could teach us about how to contain coronavirus
Harris Public Policy
Mar 27, 2020
Everyone felt the urgency’: Labs around UChicago donate protective equipment to hospital
UChicago News
Mar 26, 2020
State-level data misses growing coronavirus hot spots in U.S., including in the South
UChicago News
Mar 26, 2020
UChicago joins new academic/industry consortium to accelerate AI innovation
UChicago News
Mar 26, 2020
Why quarantines are so difficult to implement: Lessons from the 1800s
UChicago News
Mar 24, 2020
UChicago chemists race to decode RNA of new coronavirus
UChicago News
Mar 23, 2020
UChicago doctor on COVID-19 warns: ‘This virus is unforgiving’
UChicago Medicine
Mar 21, 2020
How coronavirus could impact futures of students entering high school, college
UChicago News
Mar 20, 2020
Number of Americans concerned about coronavirus spikes, AP-NORC poll finds
NORC at the University of Chicago
Mar 19, 2020
Will the coronavirus pandemic cause a recession?
Chicago Booth Review
Mar 17, 2020
Infectious disease specialist: What we know about novel coronavirus
UChicago Medicine
Mar 16, 2020
New coronavirus protein, mapped in Chicago, reveals drug target
Argonne National Laboratory
Mar 2, 2020
Examining the coronavirus' economic costs
Becker Friedman Institute
Feb 24, 2020
Multimedia From UChicago
UChicago In The News
U.S. Poverty Hit a Record Low Before the Pandemic Recession
New York Times
Sept 15, 2020
U.S. Rep. Underwood and UCMC researchers discuss healthcare inequity amid pandemic
Hyde Park Herald
Sept 10, 2020

As the rest of the economy sinks under Covid-19, most startups are doing just fine
Quartz
Sept 22, 2020
Horror Movie Fans Are Having an Easier Time Dealing With the Pandemic, Study Says
Vice
Sept 22, 2020
In Chicago, COVID-19 takes a toll in Black and Latinx neighborhoods
Marketplace
Sept 21, 2020
Coronavirus unemployment bump did not hurt job market, study finds
Fox Business
Sept 21, 2020
Economic expansion in 2019 brought income gains, poverty reduction but more uninsured
Telegraph Herald
Sept 20, 2020
Some college students face stay-at-home orders as local leaders try to control Covid-19 spread
CNN
Sept 19, 2020
U.S. economic rebound may be a slow train for the unemployed
Daily Mail
Sept 17, 2020
Two K-12 students on the classZoom
Politico
Sept 17, 2020
Fact check: Post online misstates Sturgis Rally's coronavirus cases
USA TODAY
Sept 17, 2020
Americans' "vaccine hesitancy" could be a barrier to defeating COVID-19, doctor warns
CBS News
Sept 17, 2020
How millennials’ financial futures have been impacted by pandemic unemployment
CNBC
Sept 17, 2020
I Was An Evangelical Christian, And I Know Why Many Of Them Resist Logic About COVID-19
HuffPost
Sept 17, 2020
As schools spend big on temperature check tech, experts warn: It won't work
NBC News
Sept 16, 2020
How much worse off is America from COVID-19 than other rich nations? Much, much worse
Los Angeles Times
Sept 16, 2020
3 Reasons the Pandemic Is Ruining Your Sleep — and What to Do About It
AARP
Sept 16, 2020
The shift toward remote work could leave blue-collar workers behind
CNN
Sept 16, 2020
Race in Chicago: COVID-19 Exposes a Digital Divide
NBC Chicago
Sept 16, 2020
U. of C. Medical Center launches COVID-19 vaccine research registry
Hyde Park Herald
Sept 16, 2020
U.S. Poverty Hit a Record Low Before the Pandemic Recession
New York Times
Sept 15, 2020
As List Of States Covered By Chicago’s Quarantine Order Shifts Every Week, How Can Travelers Plan Trips Out Of State?
CBS Chicago
Sept 15, 2020
COVID-19 Documentary ‘The Curve’ Unveiled at Toronto Film Festival
Variety
Sept 14, 2020
Americans are raiding retirement savings during coronavirus pandemic
CNBC
Sept 14, 2020
Covid-19 has forced a radical shift in working habits
The Economist
Sept 12, 2020
It’s Hard to Keep a College Safe From Covid, Even With Mass Testing
Bloomberg
Sept 11, 2020
A Scientific Approach to Evaluating COVID Policy
National Review
Sept 11, 2020
What’s really going on with the economy
Vox
Sept 10, 2020
U.S. Rep. Underwood and UCMC researchers discuss healthcare inequity amid pandemic
Hyde Park Herald
Sept 10, 2020
Silent spreaders and long haulers. Aerosols and protocols. 10 things science has learned about COVID-19 in less than a year.
Chicago Tribune
Sept 10, 2020
Is Staying Home Harming Your Child’s Immune System?
The New York Times
Sept 10, 2020
Do jobless benefits deter workers? Some employers say yes. Studies don't.
The New York Times
Sept 10, 2020
Pay People to Get Vaccinated
The New York Times
Sept 9, 2020
Near birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr., a predominantly Black nursing home tries to heal after outbreak
Washington Post
Sept 9, 2020
So your kid has a Covid-19 symptom. What do you do now?
CNN
Sept 9, 2020
The coronavirus and a $12 billion motorcycle rally
Axios
Sept 9, 2020
Summer's Over. Renew Pandemic Jobless Benefits Now
Bloomberg
Sept 8, 2020
Is Russian Meddling as Dangerous as We Think?
The New Yorker
Sept 7, 2020
Too Little Vitamin D Might Raise Odds of Coronavirus Infection
US News
Sept 4, 2020
‘We are preparing for the worst’: Chicago-area hospitals brace for flu and Covid-19 to collide
Chicago Tribune
Sept 4, 2020
Lack of vitamin D might increase risk for COVID-19, University of Chicago researchers find
Chicago Tribune
Sept 3, 2020
Unemployment benefits are less than minimum wage in many states
CNBC
Sept 3, 2020
Signs of depression have tripled in the U.S. since the COVID-19 pandemic got underway
Los Angeles Times
Sept 3, 2020
The Pandemic Has Created a Class of Super-Savers
The Atlantic
Sept 3, 2020
Cook County Jail Officers Demand Hazard Pay For Working For Months In Coronavirus Hot Spot
Block Club Chicago
Sept 2, 2020
New drug being considered in fight against COVID-19
WGN TV
Sept 2, 2020
From prison, Rico Clark fights a murder conviction and COVID-19
Injustice Watch
Sept 2, 2020
Just 13% of Black people out of work are getting unemployment benefits during the pandemic
CNBC
Sept 1, 2020
We’re All Socially Awkward Now
New York Times
Sept 1, 2020
What Congress got wrong about calculating the unemployment insurance benefit
CNN
Aug 31, 2020
Airports Check Passengers’ Temperatures for Coronavirus
Wallstreet Journal
Aug 31, 2020
Illinois Poverty Numbers Will Rise Amid Pandemic Due To Handling Of Unemployment Claims, University Of Chicago Professor Says
CBS Chicago
Aug 28, 2020
COVID-19’s true toll in Illinois is likely higher than reported. A closer look at ‘excess deaths’ in 2020
Chicago Tribune
Aug 28, 2020
A new report said 6 feet may not be enough for social distance. Here’s what local doctors said
Chicago Tribune
Aug 27, 2020
What am I going to do at 55?': More temporary layoffs could become permanent during COVID-19 recession
USA TODAY
Aug 27, 2020
Column: Public confidence, often inscrutable, pivotal for recovery
Reuters
Aug 26, 2020
Even With A Vaccine, The Economy Could Take Many Months To Return To Normal
Five Thirty Eight
Aug 25, 2020
As permanent economic damage piles up, the Covid Crisis is looking more like the Great Recession
Washington Post
Aug 25, 2020
Some Chicago Residents First to Participate in National Trial for Vaccine Against COVID-19
NBC Chicago
Aug 24, 2020
A renewed warning about COVID-19 at summer’s end
Chicago Sun-Times
Aug 24, 2020
Black Workers Are More Likely to Be Unemployed but Less Likely to Get Unemployment Benefits
ProPublica
Aug 24, 2020
New Thinking on Covid Lockdowns: They’re Overly Blunt and Costly
The Wall Street Journal
Aug 24, 2020
Trump Seeks Revival After Pandemic Undercuts Bid for Second Term
Bloomberg
Aug 24, 2020
When the World Shut Down, They Saw It Open
The New York Times
Aug 24, 2020
Debt, eviction and hunger: Millions fall back into crisis as stimulus and safety nets vanish
Washington Post
Aug 23, 2020
$300 Unemployment Benefit: Who Will Get It and When?
The New York Times
Aug 23, 2020
Goldman Says Almost a Quarter of Temporary Layoffs in U.S. to Be Permanent
Bloomberg
Aug 22, 2020
Another existing drug shows promise against COVID-19
Medical News Today
Aug 19, 2020
Pandemic shifts how consumers use gig companies, poll shows
PBS
Aug 19, 2020
“For the first time in my life, I had money in my savings”: Workers on the relief of the $600 weekly benefit
Vox
Aug 19, 2020
Video visits, drive-up services, mobile apps: The new normal of seeing a doctor
Chicago Sun-Times
Aug 19, 2020
The fight to control the coronavirus in nursing homes is not over, report shows
The Hill
Aug 18, 2020
The White House Prepared for a Pandemic
Wallstreet Journal
Aug 18, 2020
Some Coronavirus Patients Are Reporting Symptoms That Last Months. Nobody Knows Exactly How to Treat Them
Time
Aug 18, 2020
The U.S. forced major manufacturers to build ventilators. Now they’re piling up unused in a strategic reserve.
Washington Post
Aug 18, 2020
UNC-Chapel Hill pivots to remote teaching after coronavirus spreads among students during first week of class
Washington Post
Aug 17, 2020
Congress fails to reach stimulus deal, leaving tens of millions of Americans desperate for relief
CNBC
Aug 14, 2020
Untested for Covid-19, Nursing-Home Inspectors Move Through Facilities
Wallstreet Journal
Aug 14, 2020
COVID-19 vaccine countdown is a wake-up call. Will Black and brown Americans be left behind?
NBC News
Aug 14, 2020
Illinois among top 7 states for rare childhood syndrome linked to COVID-19
Chicago Tribune
Aug 13, 2020
Doctors Concerned About Possible Spike In Chicago COVID-19 Cases This Fall
CBS Chicago
Aug 13, 2020
Hundreds Of Students Pack Football Showcase, Ignoring Social Distancing Guidelines; Organizer Says ‘It Was Worth It’
CBS Chicago
Aug 13, 2020
White House, Congress Flirting With A Double-Dip Recession
NPR
Aug 13, 2020
How An Artist, A Toy-Maker, A College Student Use Their Skills To Fight The Pandemic
NPR
Aug 12, 2020
How The Coronavirus Has Upended College Admissions
NPR
Aug 12, 2020
Funding for $300-a-Week Unemployment Benefits Could Run Out in Six Weeks
The Wall Street Journal
Aug 12, 2020
Israel's Next Generation Will Foot the Bill for the Coronavirus Crisis
Haaretz
Aug 12, 2020
What Economists Fear Will Happen Without More Unemployment Aid
Five Thirty Eight
Aug 11, 2020
With Congress stalled, a second round of stimulus checks won't be coming anytime soon
CNN
Aug 11, 2020
When is the return to normalcy? Chicago infectious disease expert discusses future with COVID-19
WGN TV
Aug 10, 2020
Trump’s actions on pandemic relief aren’t illegal. They’re just ineffective.
Washington Post
Aug 10, 2020
The simple intervention that could lift kids out of ‘Covid slide’
The Hechinger Report
Aug 10, 2020
Pritzker urges residents to embrace masks to slow the spread of COVID-19
Chicago Tribune
Aug 9, 2020
Trump’s executive orders spark confusion among businesses and state officials as Democrats assail them as ‘unworkable’
Washington Post
Aug 9, 2020
Extra credit for masks? With no mandates at their schools, teachers urge students to wear them
NBC News
Aug 7, 2020
The pandemic is putting a strain on internet speeds. Here’s what you can do for the best connection
Chicago Tribune
Aug 7, 2020
City Colleges considering strike over coronavirus concerns
Chicago Sun-Times
Aug 6, 2020
U.S. Economy On High Alert Over Shaky Future Of Extra Jobless Benefits
NPR
Aug 6, 2020
Fresh U.S. pandemic stimulus should be more targeted: Raghuram Rajan
Reuters
Aug 6, 2020
With $20 million in federal funding, U. of C. launches medical imaging database to study COVID-19
Hyde Park Herald
Aug 5, 2020
Gone for good? Evidence signals many jobs aren’t coming back
Associated Press
Aug 5, 2020
“It’s like we’re flying blind”: The US has a Covid-19 data problem
Vox
Aug 5, 2020
The Pandemic’s Biggest Mystery Is Our Own Immune System
The Atlantic
Aug 5, 2020
Trump considering executive order to reinstate enhanced unemployment benefits
The Hill
Aug 4, 2020
Life After COVID-19: What Will it Look Like?
WTTW
Aug 4, 2020
Trump nursing home plan limits supply of free COVID-19 tests
Washington Post
Aug 3, 2020
The myth of unemployment benefits depressing work
Washington Post
Aug 3, 2020
Sick, hot American summer
Politico
Aug 3, 2020
Washington was a vote-by-mail pioneer; now other states are following suit amid coronavirus
Seattle Times
Aug 2, 2020
Hang-ups, lies and wrong numbers: Contact tracers’ uphill fight against COVID-19
Chicago Sun-Times
Jul 31, 2020
How Democrats and Republicans can reach a deal on coronavirus relief
CNBC
Jul 31, 2020
Another $1,200 stimulus check won’t make up for loss of the $600 enhanced unemployment insurance
CNBC
Jul 31, 2020
Crowds are gathering in many states despite coronavirus, and mixed messaging may be to blame: Experts
ABC News
Jul 31, 2020
After U.S. economy's most disastrous quarter on record, what lies ahead?
Salon
Jul 31, 2020
Students Can Share Stories Of Living Through Coronavirus, Get Small Grants Through UChicago Fellowship
Block Club Chicago
Jul 30, 2020
San Francisco’s lonely war against Covid-19
Vox
Jul 30, 2020
Coronavirus ‘Not a Once-In-A-Lifetime Kind of Thing,” Infectious Disease Expert Says
NBC 5 Chicago
Jul 30, 2020
Should Disney World even be open?
Vox
Jul 30, 2020
A Viral Epidemic Splintering Into Deadly Pieces
The New York Times
Jul 29, 2020
Cutting the $600 unemployment benefit could hurt the recovery, economists say
CNN
Jul 29, 2020
The virus beat us': Colleges are increasingly going online for fall 2020 semester as COVID-19 cases rise
USA TODAY
Jul 29, 2020
Is $600 a Week in Extra Unemployment Aid Deterring People From Seeking Work?
The Wall Street Journal
Jul 29, 2020
We can’t stop the pandemic unless we change liability law
Washington Post
Jul 28, 2020
Why It’s Good to Be Old, Even in a Pandemic
The New York Times
Jul 28, 2020
The coronavirus crisis has been extremely challenging for many first-generation college students
CNBC
Jul 28, 2020
It's OK If Countries Hack Each Other's Vaccines
Vice
Jul 28, 2020
Fed Outlook Turns Gloomier as Coronavirus Spreads
The Wall Street Journal
Jul 27, 2020
Ex-Obama adviser warns of a potential repeat of the financial crisis
CNN
Jul 26, 2020
Republicans’ pandemic blunders keep piling higher
Washington Post
Jul 26, 2020
How six months of pandemic have changed Illinois forever
Crain's Chicago Business
Jul 24, 2020
As COVID-19 Cases Among Kids Rise, Doctors Warn Parents: Don’t Let Your Guard Down
WBEZ
Jul 24, 2020
US-China conflict to impair global trade which is vital for India's reopening: Raghuram Rajan
The Economic Times
Jul 24, 2020
Gloves may do more harm than good when it comes to protecting you from COVID-19
Chicago Tribune
Jul 24, 2020
Without A Vaccine, Researchers Say, Herd Immunity May Never Be Achieved
NPR
Jul 24, 2020
The covid-19 pandemic is forcing a rethink in macroeconomics
The Economist
Jul 24, 2020
The Job Market for Young Academics Was Already Bleak—Then the Pandemic Hit. Here’s How Art-History Grad Students Are Coping With the Fallout
Artnet News
Jul 23, 2020
University of Chicago Library launches COVID-19 Archive
Hyde Park Herald
Jul 23, 2020
A Key Step Toward Safety This Fall
Inside Higher Education
Jul 23, 2020
In Picking Up Work Here and There, Many Miss Out on Unemployment Check
The New York Times
Jul 23, 2020
What Republicans and Democrats want in the next stimulus package
Vox
Jul 22, 2020
Pandemic’s economic hit will be here ‘for a long time’ even if a vaccine is approved, economist says
CNBC
Jul 22, 2020
U.S. Disaster Response Scrambles To Protect People From Both Hurricanes And COVID-19
NPR
Jul 22, 2020
Knowing your blood type may not protect you from COVID-19 — but it’s still A-positive to know for your health, experts say
Chicago Tribune
Jul 21, 2020
Poll: Pandemic hurting Americans’ finances in disparate ways
Associated Press
Jul 21, 2020
End of $600 Unemployment Bonus Could Push Millions Past the Brink
The New York Times
Jul 21, 2020
Economists Think Congress Should Keep Paying Unemployed Workers $600 A Week — Or Even More
Five Thirty Eight
Jul 21, 2020
How Does This Infectious Disease Expert Unwind? By Making Soap
WTTW
Jul 21, 2020
What the Virus and Protests Could Mean for the SAT and ACT
Washington Post
Jul 21, 2020
The Finance 202: Millions of Americans face financial shock as benefits set to lapse in days
Washington Post
Jul 21, 2020
Coronavirus Threatens the Luster of Superstar Cities
The New York Times
Jul 21, 2020
Colleges Hoped for an In-Person Fall. Now the Dream is Crumbling
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Jul 20, 2020
Head of the line: Big companies got coronavirus loans first
Washington Post
Jul 20, 2020
Crime Has Declined Overall During The Pandemic, But Shootings And Killings Are Up
NPR
Jul 20, 2020
Retailers are canceling coronavirus hazard pay. That's a mistake
CNN
Jul 20, 2020
Answer the call: Preventing suicide In the time Of COVID-19
Vox
Jul 19, 2020
Mask-wearing, embraced by economists as key to the recovery, proves politically tricky for the Fed
Washington Post
Jul 17, 2020
How to Save a Half-Open Economy
The New York Times
Jul 17, 2020
Florida now has more Covid-19 cases than any other state. Here’s what went wrong
Vox
Jul 17, 2020
What is herd immunity? And how do we get there on COVID-19?
Chicago Tribune
Jul 17, 2020
America Should Prepare for a Double Pandemic
The Atlantic
Jul 15, 2020
The growing scientific evidence for masks to fight Covid-19, explained
Vox
Jul 15, 2020
Transparency questions after hospitals directed to report COVID data to HHS, not CDC
ABC
Jul 15, 2020
Chicago Doctors Answer Your Coronavirus Questions
NBC 5 Chicago
Jul 15, 2020
Black and Latino communities face another public health crisis amid the pandemic -- gun violence
CNN
Jul 15, 2020
Congress is running out of time to extend expanded unemployment insurance
Vox
Jul 15, 2020
How Covid-19 is impacting employment for older workers
Quartz
Jul 14, 2020
The PPP worked how it was supposed to. That’s the problem.
Vox
Jul 13, 2020
Infectious Disease Expert: Better National Leadership Needed to Fight COVID-19
WTTW
Jul 13, 2020
AHA News: Why Stay in Touch While Keeping Distant? It's Only Human
U.S. News & World Report
Jul 8, 2020
The Ways the U.K. Economy is Responding to COVID-19 Differently Than the U.S.
Newsweek
Jul 8, 2020
Surveillance: Return to Work With Rep. McHenry (Podcast)
Bloomberg
Jul 8, 2020
At UCMC, food pantry continues operations despite pandemic
Hyde Park Herald
Jul 8, 2020
Two-thirds of laid off workers eligible for benefits that exceed their wages: NBER paper
CNBC
Jul 8, 2020
Prospect of chaos in November grows as coronavirus cases rise and Trump escalates attacks on voting
CNN
Jul 8, 2020
How The Work From Home Revolution Is Remaking Many Different Economies
Observer
Jul 7, 2020
Congress’s Covid-19 rescue plan was bigger than the New Deal. It’s about to end.
Vox
Jul 7, 2020
This Is Not a Normal Mental-Health Disaster
The Atlantic
Jul 7, 2020
The U.S. Is Repeating Its Deadliest Pandemic Mistake
The Atlantic
Jul 6, 2020
Where $521 Billion in U.S. Small-Business Aid Went
Bloomberg
Jul 6, 2020
Will We Be Hostages to Drug Makers’ Covid Vaccine Pricing?
The New York Times
Jul 6, 2020
"University of Chicago extends community meal program until August
Hyde Park Herald
Jul 3, 2020
COVID-19 Cases Are On The Rise In Some Parts Of Illinois. This Worries Experts
WBEZ
Jul 3, 2020
The big factor holding back the U.S. economic recovery: Child care
Washington Post
Jul 3, 2020
Is the Five-Day Office Week Over?
The New York Times
Jul 2, 2020
Don’t extend the Cares Act’s $600 weekly bonus
Washington Post
Jul 2, 2020
Four experts break down the blowout June jobs report
CNBC
Jul 2, 2020
How Chile Ended Up With One Of The Highest COVID-19 Rates
NPR
Jul 2, 2020
The ‘Rocket Ship’ Economic Recovery Is Crashing
The New York Times
Jul 1, 2020
A User's Guide To Masks: What's Best At Protecting Others (And Yourself)
NPR
Jul 1, 2020
5 Questions Parents Should Ask Before A Coronavirus Pandemic Play Date
HuffPost
Jul 1, 2020
I feel fine: fans of world-ending films 'coping better with pandemic'
The Guardian
Jul 1, 2020
How Do You Calculate the Value of a Business Amid Covid-19?
Barron's
Jul 1, 2020
As virus roars back, so do signs of a new round of layoffs
Associated Press
Jun 30, 2020
Cubs’ Jason Heyward donates $100,000 to COVID-19 efforts at University of Chicago
Chicago Sun-Times
Jun 30, 2020
Introvert’s Guide To The Good Life: Therapeutic Advice From An Infectious Disease Expert
WBEZ
Jun 30, 2020
Exodus from Trump’s economic team continues despite fresh fears about new closures and coronavirus crisis
Washington Post
Jun 29, 2020
Commentary: Online or in-person teaching? With COVID-19 risk, let the faculty decide
Chicago Tribune
Jun 29, 2020
A Cash Cliff Spells Trouble for U.S. Unemployed, and Everyone Else
The New York Times
Jun 29, 2020
The Coronavirus Pandemic’s Wider Health-Care Crisis
The New Yorker
Jun 29, 2020
Businesses weigh reopening - or close again - as cases rise
Washington Post
Jun 28, 2020
Wallets Are Already On Lockdown: People Pare Spending As Sunbelt Cases Surge
NPR
Jun 26, 2020
Starting Bonus for a Laundry Worker: How a Beach Town Wrestles With Jobless Benefits
The New York Times
Jun 26, 2020
University of Chicago to assist with COVID-19 vaccine study
Chicago Sun-Times
Jun 26, 2020
Why Were Some Nursing Homes Spared The Devastation of COVID-19? Depends Who You Ask
NPR
Jun 26, 2020
How the Legacy of the Pandemic Will Reshape the Future of Work
Entrepreneur
Jun 26, 2020
A Pandemic Problem for Older Workers: Will They Have to Retire Sooner?
New York Times
Jun 26, 2020
AP-NORC poll: Support for restrictions, virus worries wane
Associated Press
Jun 25, 2020
As Chicago Reopens, Is It Time To Let My Parents Meet Their Grandchildren?
WBEZ
Jun 25, 2020
COVID-surviving doctor denied chance to donate plasma because he's gay
CBS News
Jun 25, 2020
We can’t protect nursing homes from covid-19 without protecting everyone
Washington Post
Jun 25, 2020
Top White House Economist Leaving Amid Recession Linked to Virus
Bloomberg
Jun 24, 2020
Midday Fix: How Covid Job Losses Impact Black Families
WGN TV
Jun 24, 2020
University of Chicago among hospitals eliminating COVID-19 units as number of patients drops
Chicago Tribune
Jun 24, 2020
Here’s how employers are using tech tools to keep a close watch on their remote workers
CNBC
Jun 24, 2020
Taking A Trip To Visit Grandparents Or Older Relatives? Tips To Reduce The Risk
NPR
Jun 24, 2020
What Economists Fear Most During This Recovery
Five Thirty Eight
Jun 23, 2020
How COVID-19 could doom the SAT and ACT
The Hill
Jun 23, 2020
Should you travel this summer? Here’s a guide to flying, road trips and other vacation concerns amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Chicago Tribune
Jun 23, 2020
The health effects of racism is one reason Black Americans are far more likely to die of Covid-19 than whites
Quartz
Jun 23, 2020
Neighborhood museums won't open on first possible date
Hyde Park Herald
Jun 22, 2020
How much did protests spread COVID-19 in Chicago? No way to know for sure, but overall figures continue to trend downward.
Chicago Tribune
Jun 22, 2020
U. of C. epidemiologist urges caution about indoor dining as city enters Phase 4
Hyde Park Herald
Jun 22, 2020
China-U.S. collaboration holds key to post-pandemic business recovery
Beijing Review
Jun 21, 2020
When, why and how to wear a mask during this pandemic, according to the experts
Washington Post
Jun 18, 2020
Older Workers May Be Retiring Early Because of the Coronavirus
AARP
Jun 18, 2020
Poll: Black Americans most likely to know a COVID-19 victim
NBC News
Jun 18, 2020
"University of Illinois will reopen with face masks and COVID-19 testing but also virtual classes; other colleges plan blend of online, in-person learning"
Chicago Tribune
Jun 18, 2020
COVID-19 Saliva Test as Accurate as Swabs, UChicago Research Finds
WTTW
Jun 18, 2020
Black Fathers Face ‘Dual Pandemics' of Coronavirus, Racial Violence
WTTW
Jun 18, 2020
Court Theatre designers and a director weathering the pandemic
Hyde Park Herald
Jun 17, 2020
Hospitals in 'dire need' of blood as elective surgeries restart
ABC News
Jun 17, 2020
Which jobs are coming back first? Which may never return?
Marketplace
Jun 17, 2020
Illinois man, 30, is believed to be 1st lung transplant survivor to receive COVID-19 plasma and recover
Chicago Tribune
Jun 17, 2020
Emissions Are Surging Back as Countries and States Reopen
The New York Times
Jun 17, 2020
Abandoned by Trump's White House: Inside states' mad scramble to buy their own ventilators
Salon
Jun 16, 2020
Study finds 1 in 5 people worldwide at risk of severe COVID-19
Chicago Tribune
Jun 16, 2020
Americans are the unhappiest they've been in half a century and have historically low levels of national pride, according to new polling
Business Insider
Jun 16, 2020
Nail salons are reopening: Here’s what to know and how to stay safe
Good Morning America
Jun 16, 2020
Black Americans most likely to know a COVID-19 victim, poll shows
Market Watch
Jun 15, 2020
Blame game breaks out over COVID-19 toll in nursing homes
PBS
Jun 15, 2020
Saliva tests for COVID-19 could replace painful nasal swabs, U. of C. researchers say
Chicago Sun-Times
Jun 15, 2020
One-Third of U.S. Job Losses Are at Risk of Becoming Permanent
Bloomberg Law
Jun 14, 2020
The Pandemic Hunger Crisis Is Only Just Getting Started
The Atlantic
Jun 14, 2020
The White House left states to find and pay for life-saving machines. What happens when the second wave hits?
The Daily Beast
Jun 14, 2020
Ripple effects of downturn show pandemic’s early economic toll was just the beginning
Washington Post
Jun 14, 2020
How 133 Epidemiologists Are Deciding When to Send Their Children to School
Yahoo News
Jun 13, 2020
Patio Dining 101: Health Experts Weigh In On How To Eat Out Safely
WBEZ
Jun 13, 2020
We must learn from the shutdown mistake
The Hill
Jun 13, 2020
Is it safe to go camping while coronavirus is spreading? Here’s what experts say
The Charlotte Observer
Jun 12, 2020
Should you get tested for the coronavirus after protesting? Here’s what experts say about the risks.
Washington Post
Jun 12, 2020
5 reasons the pandemic is so very far from over
Vox
Jun 11, 2020
Economist: Chicago's COVID-19 shutdown was too broad
FOX 32 Chicago
Jun 11, 2020
Stop shaming people for going outside. The risks are generally low, and the benefits are endless.
Business Insider
Jun 10, 2020
As states lift coronavirus restrictions, 1 in 5 small businesses remains closed: Poll
Fox Business
Jun 10, 2020
We need more data about how the coronavirus spreads to know what’s risky and what’s not
Washington Post
Jun 10, 2020
COVID-19 Is Shattering Small Businesses. Their Survival Depends On Us
HuffPost
Jun 10, 2020
A Few Cities Are Warning about Infected Individuals Who Attended Protests
National Review
Jun 9, 2020
Arrested Protesters Risk Spreading Coronavirus Back To Communities, Research Shows
Block Club Chicago
Jun 9, 2020
Will there be a second COVID-19 surge in Illinois? These are the stats to watch
Chicago Tribune
Jun 9, 2020
Teargassing Protesters during an Infectious Outbreak Is ‘a Recipe for Disaster’
Scientific American
Jun 8, 2020
AP poll: Pandemic does little to alter U.S. views on health care
Chicago Tribune
Jun 8, 2020
Experts develop reopening models to help curb coronavirus spread
Yahoo Finance
Jun 8, 2020
Here's What Could Set Chicago Back To Phase 2
WBEZ
Jun 8, 2020
Central banks can’t cure the coronavirus: Former Fed governor Kroszner
CNBC
Jun 5, 2020
Nearly 1 in 6 Coronavirus Cases in Illinois Could Be Tied to Cook County Jail
Mother Jones
Jun 5, 2020
Some public health experts support protests in spite of the coronavirus risks: 'White supremacy is a lethal public health issue'
Business Insider India
Jun 5, 2020
‘We basically had less than 24 hours to mobilize.’ This Chicago neighborhood was battling coronavirus — then the demolition happened
Market Watch
Jun 5, 2020
Unemployment rate drops to 13 percent, as the economy picked up jobs as states reopened
Washington Post
Jun 5, 2020
Pandemic re-emphasizes need for universal flu vaccine
Axios
Jun 4, 2020
Hyde Park Neighborhood Club, area home childcare providers expand offerings as reopening continues
Hyde Park Herald
Jun 4, 2020
Report: 1 in 6 Chicago COVID-19 Cases Can Be Tied to Cook County Jail
WTTW
Jun 4, 2020
Craving a hug? Here’s how to safely greet loved ones during the pandemic, experts say
The Charlotte Observer
Jun 4, 2020
Some Americans return to work, but is the job market recovering?
ABC 7 Chicago
Jun 4, 2020
Coronavirus and the Flu: A Looming Double Threat
Scientific American
Jun 4, 2020
Concerns arise over protesters and exposure to the coronavirus
CNBC
Jun 2, 2020
WGN Investigates ‘excess death’ in Illinois during coronavirus pandemic
WGN TV
Jun 2, 2020
Nearly 26,000 nursing home COVID-19 deaths reported to feds
WGN TV
Jun 2, 2020
How to become a contact tracer, one of the fastest-growing jobs in America
CNBC
Jun 2, 2020
For most churchgoers, controversy between religious freedom and public health is not real
USA TODAY
Jun 2, 2020
My COVID-19 Antibody Test Was Positive. My Boyfriend's Was Negative. What Gives?
WBEZ
Jun 1, 2020
The Health 202: The summer fight against the coronavirus will be a local one
The Washington Post
Jun 1, 2020
After Days Of Demonstrations, Denver Says It Will Give Free COVID-19 Tests To Protesters
Wyoming Public Media
Jun 1, 2020
In first federal count, over 25,000 coronavirus deaths in nursing homes
ABC News
Jun 1, 2020
The Health 202: The summer fight against the coronavirus will be a local one
The Washington Post
Jun 1, 2020
Op-Ed: There’s a psychological reason we won’t return to normal right away after society reopens
Los Angeles Times
Jun 1, 2020
My COVID-19 Antibody Test Was Positive. My Boyfriend's Was Negative. What Gives?
WBEZ
Jun 1, 2020
Coronavirus is forcing small businesses to close for good: ‘There’s nothing we can do’
Philadelphia Inquirer
May 31, 2020
Large-scale survey of Seattle-area kids shows 1% had antibodies to the coronavirus
Seattle Times
May 30, 2020
How to hang out with 10 people or fewer as Illinois and Chicago reopen
Chicago Tribine
May 29, 2020
New Smartphone Tool Pairs Researchers with People Willing to Help Develop Coronavirus Vaccine, Treatment
NBC Chicago
May 28, 2020
Bosses say $600 coronavirus unemployment boost makes reopening harder. Some workers ‘are making more money than they’ve ever made by not working right now.’
Chicago Tribine
May 28, 2020
U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Pass 100,000
EcoWatch
May 28, 2020
The Health 202: Americans are not expecting a quick return to normal. Or a vaccine next year.
Washington Post
May 28, 2020
Most Americans Haven’t Stopped Trusting Scientists
Five Thirty Eight
May 27, 2020
Cook County ME Could Review Deaths as Far Back as September if More COVID Cases Found
NBC Chicago
May 27, 2020
UChicago research shows uninsured, undocumented undertested for COVID-19
Windy City Times
May 27, 2020
So your company has said you can work from home forever—now what?
CNBC
May 27, 2020
What is a 'Return-to-Work Bonus'? White House Considers Paying Unemployed People to Go Back to Work
Newsweek
May 27, 2020
Despite lockdown orders, murder rates are rising in cities across America
Yahoo News
May 27, 2020
The coronavirus and efforts to fight it could be fueling opioid deaths
USA TODAY
May 27, 2020
COVID-19 reveals how economists sometimes forget economics
The Hill
May 26, 2020
Knock down the barriers to a quick recovery: After the coronavirus, we need to pave the path to growth
New York Daily News
May 26, 2020
How accurate is Illinois’ count of deaths caused by coronavirus? We asked the experts
WGN-TV
May 26, 2020
'New normal will likely be very different when sports resume
Daily Herald
May 25, 2020
Watch the Class of 2020 Share What It's Like to Graduate in the COVID-19 Pandemic
TIME
May 25, 2020
Pediatricians Warn Drowning Risk for Kids May Increase During Coronavirus Pandemic
NBC Chicago
May 25, 2020
Our national shame: COVID-19 in nursing homes
Chicago Sun-Times
May 25, 2020
India’s lockdown encouraged life-saving behavioural changes. Make them last
Hindustan Times
May 25, 2020
The COVID-19 shutdown will cost Americans millions of years of life
The Hill
May 25, 2020
Trump’s guess of how much life costs hasn’t helped coronavirus fight, economists say
The Independent/div>
May 24, 2020
Coronavirus: US workers seeking jobless aid near 40 million
BBC News
May 22, 2020
With Memorial Day Approaching, Is It Safe To Have Guests Over For A Cookout? ‘With Each Additional Person, The Risk Goes Up Quite A Bit’
CBS Chicago
May 22, 2020
Lives or livelihoods? Bay Area seeks balance in reopening economy
San Francisco Chronicle
May 22, 2020
Coronavirus unemployment bump is ‘income expansion,’ pays these workers more than their jobs
Fox Business
May 21, 2020
In nursing homes, as in wider community, minorities hit hardest by COVID, researchers say
ABC News
May 21, 2020
Coronavirus: 83% of Americans worry reopening states could lead to spike in infections, poll finds
The Independent
May 20, 2020
Busting Common Coronavirus Myths
Chicago Health
May 20, 2020
Stick This Swab Up Your Nose And Twirl It: Self COVID-19 Tests Are On The Rise
WBEZ
May 19, 2020
Doctors Fear Child Abuse is Underreported During Coronavirus Pandemic
NBC 5 Chicago
May 19, 2020
How Russia’s Coronavirus Crisis Got So Bad
Politico
May 18, 2020
Prognosis for COVID-19’s hit on Cook County finances plagued by ‘unknown unknowns’
Chicago Sun-Times
May 17, 2020
Ready for another preboarding probe?
Crain's Chicago Business
May 15, 2020
COVID-19 amplifying inequality with regards to gender and race in Chicago
FOX 32 Chicago
May 15, 2020
Peru’s civil war left it vulnerable to the pandemic
Foreign Policy
May 15, 2020
Poll: Virus, econ crisis drive fears of having enough to eat
Associated Press
May 14, 2020
Asian influences: standing strong
ABC 7 Chicago
May 14, 2020
Asian influences: standing strong
ABC 7 Chicago
May 14, 2020
UChicago Medicine expands curbside COVID-19 testing to Orland Park
Chicago Tribune
May 13, 2020
Poll shows a partisan split over virus-era religious freedom
Associated Press
May 13, 2020
In China, covid-19 has focused attention on mental health
The Economist
May 13, 2020
US leaders should approach current economic issues as a venture capitalist would, according to an economist from Chicago Booth
Business Insider
May 13, 2020
Career services associate dean on prospects for new law school grads during COVID-19
Attorney at Law Magazine
May 13, 2020
Coronavirus: researchers detail safest & riskiest places to visit
Yahoo Finance
May 13, 2020
Coronavirus: researchers detail safest & riskiest places to visit
Yahoo Finance
May 13, 2020
Opinion | Protect the Justice Department from the president
The New York Times
May 13, 2020
How Fermilab is helping in the fight against COVID-19
Naperville News 17
May 12, 2020
Business cannot simply awake from this coma and carry on
Financial Times
May 12, 2020
He’s a doctor who never felt drawn to politics. Treating shooting victims and coronavirus patients changed that.
The Trace
May 12, 2020
Paycheck Protection Program goes from popular to pariah
CBS News
May 11, 2020
AP-NORC poll: Majority disapprove of coronavirus protests
Associated Press
May 11, 2020
University of Chicago doctors says not to worry about hypercapnia while wearing masks
CBS 2 Chicago
May 11, 2020
Famine is a choice
Slate
May 11, 2020
Professor takes care of campus ducklings during COVID lockdown
ABC 7 Chicago
May 11, 2020
Chicagoans try to make Mother's Day special in spite of pandemic
FOX 32 Chicago
May 11, 2020
Why economic pain could persist even after the pandemic is contained
The New York Times
May 11, 2020
Five experts explain what April’s historic job loss means for markets and economy
CNBC
May 8, 2020
COVID hits job market harder than any recent recession
Crain's Chicago Business
May 8, 2020
Poll: Most in US back curbing in-person worship amid virus
Associated Press
May 8, 2020
Poll: Most in US back curbing in-person worship amid virus
Associated Press
May 8, 2020
Bronzeville food pantry, on brink of closing, gets help from University of Chicago volunteers
Block Club Chicago
May 8, 2020
Is It Safer to Visit a Coffee Shop or a Gym?
The New York Times
May 6, 2020
National lab taps AI machine with massive chip to fight coronavirus
The Wall Street Journal
May 6, 2020
COVID-19 across Chicago: Hyde Park
Chicago Tonight
May 6, 2020
UChicago Medicine ‘Holding Steady’ on ICU Capacity During COVID-19
Chicago Tonight
May 6, 2020
Pandemic Creates Hard Choices for Low-Income Essential Workers
Chicago Tonight
May 6, 2020
Chad Syverson: The COVID crisis and economic growth
American Enterprise Institute
May 6, 2020
Opinion | Is it safer to visit a coffee shop or a gym?
The New York Times
May 6, 2020
Fermilab physicists go outside comfort zone to help design low-cost ventilator to fight COVID-19
Chicago Tribune
May 5, 2020
How Older Adults Can Stave Off Anxiety, Isolation During the Pandemic
Chicago Tonight
May 5, 2020
Mother’s Day during coronavirus: Is it safe to hug your mom on Sunday?
Chicago Sun-Times
May 5, 2020
Covid-19 is way, way worse than the flu
Vox
May 5, 2020
Fermilab physicists go outside comfort zone to help design low-cost ventilator to fight COVID-19
Chicago Tribune
May 5, 2020
Faces, faces everywhere
The New York Times
May 5, 2020
No, Trump didn’t order meat-processing plants to reopen
The Washington Post
May 4, 2020
7 top doctors and researchers share the steps we need to take now to be ready for the next pandemic
Business Insider
May 4, 2020
Ventilator sharing among states critical to save COVID-19 patient lives: Health Affairs paper
MedTech Dive
May 4, 2020
Profile of a killer: the complex biology powering the coronavirus pandemic
Nature
May 4, 2020
You can sue to stop lockdowns, but you can’t sue to get them. That’s dangerous.
The Washington Post
May 4, 2020
Making a new mask? Some fabrics might filter as well as N95 masks (and you probably have them at home)
Fast Company
May 4, 2020
Can you safely expand your quarantine ‘family’? Experts weigh in.
WBEZ
May 3, 2020
Virtual liberation in Italy
CounterPunch
May 2, 2020
Curing coronavirus isn’t a job for social scientists
Bloomberg
May 2, 2020
Masks ‘do not make up for social distancing,’ UChicago infectious disease experts say
Block Club Chicago
May 1, 2020
Masks ‘do not make up for social distancing,’ UChicago infectious disease experts say
Block Club Chicago
May 1, 2020
Commentary: Why it matters when Gov. J.B. Pritzker wears a mask
Chicago Tribune
MAy 1, 2020
Flatten whose curve? COVID-19 response overlooks built-in racial inequities
The Chicago Reporter
Apr 30, 2020
Raghuram Rajan warns against centralisation of power in India amid Covid-19 pandemic
Quartz
Apr 30, 2020
Feeling hopeless? Worried? Chicago-area pandemic survey shows you’re not alone
Chicago Tribune
Apr 30, 2020
How to get millions of people to take coronavirus tests and stay home if they're positive
USA TODAY
Apr 30, 2020
Commentary: Universal child care was provided during World War II. We need it again during this pandemic — and beyond.
Chicago Tribune
Apr 30, 2020
Small businesses are too important to fail
Crain's Chicago Business
Apr 30, 2020
The pandemic challenges democracies — but really hurts dictators
The Washington Post
Apr 30, 2020
University of Chicago awards emergency COVID-19 bridge grants
The Chicago Crusader
Apr 29, 2020
Rolling out contact tracing in Illinois a daunting task, but essential, expert says
Chicago Sun-Times
Apr 29, 2020
Study: High Thread Count Cotton, Silk Among Best Materials for Face Masks
WTTW
Apr 28, 2020
Argonne National Laboratory: “If people continue to wear masks…we would not have a second peak” of coronavirus cases
WGN Radio
Apr 28, 2020
A top economic health researcher says the coronavirus reveals the biggest weaknesses of our healthcare system
Business Insider
Apr 28, 2020
Chicago doctor who treated coronavirus in Wuhan says lessons learned offer hope for Illinois
ABC Chicago
Apr 28, 2020
U. of C. gets $500K to bolster South Side coronavirus testing
Chicago Sun-Times
Apr 28, 2020
Study: high thread count cotton, silk among best materials for face masks
Chicago Tonight
Apr 28, 2020
How Chicago is uniting for the greater good
Forbes
Apr 28, 2020
What Covid-19 antibody tests say — and don’t say — about immunity
Vox
Apr 28, 2020
U of C’s Dr. Sarah Cobey on running one of the models Illinois uses to determine stay-at-home guidelines
WGN-TV
Apr 27, 2020
U of C’s Dr. Sarah Cobey on running one of the models Illinois uses to determine stay-at-home guidelines
WGN-TV
Apr 27, 2020
Doctor who saw Wuhan outbreak finds brighter picture here
WBBM Newsradio
Apr 27, 2020
Infectious disease expert Says CDC limits on early testing likely ‘a big mistake’
Chicago Tonight
Apr 27, 2020
Chicago’s anti-violence workers face fight on two fronts
Chicago Tonight
Apr 27, 2020
The Fed could undo decades of damage to cities. Here’s how.
The Washington Post
Apr 27, 2020
Insomnia is on the rise. Here are 5 tips to sleep better during the pandemic
WBEZ
Apr 26, 2020
How the coronavirus is delaying life-altering surgeries
PBS Newshour
Apr 26, 2020
How virus surveillance and civil liberties could collide
Law360
Apr 26, 2020
U of C doctors find effective ventilator alternative for coronavirus patients
Chicago Sun-Times
Apr 25, 2020
Tech giants’ plan to track COVID-19 raises privacy concerns
Chicago Tonight
Apr 23, 2020
You’re not going back to normal office life for a long, long time
VICE
Apr 23, 2020
A look inside one of the models City Hall uses to track how fast COVID-19 spreads
Crain's Chicago Business
Apr 23, 2020
Trumping poverty
City Journal
Apr 23, 2020
Update on University of Chicago’s research for a Covid-19 vaccine
WGN-TV
Apr 23, 2020
Is there really no community transmission of coronavirus in India? Let’s do some math
Quartz India
Apr 23, 2020
Fox News Executive Tries To Rein In Stars As They Cheer On Anti-Lockdown Rallies
NPR
Apr 22, 2020
How long can the lockdowns last?
BBC
Apr 22, 2020
UChicago grants $680,000 to help nearly 200 South Side small businesses survive coronavirus shutdown
Block Club Chicago
Apr 22, 2020
Argonne National Laboratory has run scenarios for when easing begins of the Coronavirus
WGN Radio
Apr 22, 2020
Argonne National Laboratory has run scenarios for when easing begins of the Coronavirus
WGN Radio
Apr 22, 2020
The fight for greener neighborhoods is a matter of life or death
VICE
Apr 22, 2020
Column: Chicago freshmen connect teens around the globe to help fix what coronavirus is breaking. ‘We’re all going through the same thing.’
Chicago Tribune
Apr 21, 2020
The Senate just approved $310 billion more for PPP loans. These Chicago businesses are waiting for their turn at the funds.
Chicago Tribune
Apr 21, 2020
Woodlawn YWCA hands out weekly meals, set to expand food distribution
Block Club Chicago
Apr 21, 2020
UChicago awards grants to 182 Chicago businesses affected by coronavirus pandemic
Chicago Business Journal
Apr 21, 2020
How many infections? Rewards for testing may provide an answer
The New York Times
Apr 21, 2020
What 2 new studies teach us about our socially distant future
VOX
Apr 20, 2020
Coronavirus deaths greater where Fox News viewers watched ‘Hannity’ more than Tucker Carlson, says U. of C. study
Chicago Tribune
Apr 20, 2020
Squawk Box Asia
CNBC World
Apr 20, 2020
Lightfoot: city, local groups launch COVID-19 ‘response team’ for communities of color
CBS 2 Chicago
Apr 20, 2020
Having a baby during coronavirus
Chicago Parent
Apr 20, 2020
Coronavirus brings clearer skies but darker world to 50th Earth Day
Axios
Apr 20, 2020
US universities working out how best to aid local communities
Times Higher Education
Apr 18, 2020
UC awards rent relief and grants to 18 small businesses
Chicago Crusader
Apr 18, 2020
AI can help hospitals triage COVID-19 patients
IEEE Spectrum
Apr 17, 2020
Commentary: Religious communities are critical in the fight against COVID-19
Chicago Tribune
Apr 17, 2020
Fears of ventilator shortage unleash a wave of innovations
The New York Times
Apr 17, 2020
Argonne scientists enlisted in fight against COVID-19
WTTW-TV
Apr 16, 2020
University of Chicago Microbiologist Sarah Cobey: If it seems a lot of people have Coronavirus without symptoms, it will take less than 18 months for a vaccine to arrive
WGN Radio
Apr 16, 2020
The COVID-19 plague considered as a deregulatory opportunity
National Review
Apr 16, 2020
How to stay healthy in the great indoors
WTTW-TV
Apr 16, 2020
Three experts break down latest unemployment and housing start data
CNBC
Apr 16, 2020
FIRSTHAND: coronavirus – Theaster Gates
WTTW-TV
Apr 16, 2020
UChicago Medicine to increase testing fivefold
Crain's Chicago Business
Apr 16, 2020
Why does India have so few Covid-19 cases and deaths?
Quartz
Apr 16, 2020
‘No Matter What, We Are Going To Be Here’: School-Based Mentors Become Virtual Guides
WBEZ
Apr 16, 2020
Economics vs. epidemiology: quantifying the trade-off
The Wall Street Journal
Apr 15, 2020
How can Chicago reopen after coronavirus? Here’s how we did it after 1918’s Spanish Flu
Block Club Chicago
Apr 15, 2020
States can band together to fight the virus — no matter what Trump does
The Washington Post
Apr 15, 2020
U. of C. issues grants, rent relief for 18 commercial tenants
Hyde Park Herald
Apr 15, 2020
Wondering when we can go back to school? Concerts? Movies? These Chicago ecologists are helping decide
Chicago Tribune
Apr 14, 2020
Argonne National Laboratory: analysis of the atomic structure of coronavirus proteins hopefully will help to develop treatments
WGN Radio
Apr 14, 2020
The unspoken COVID-19 toll on the elderly: Loneliness
ABC News
Apr 14, 2020
All Your Coronavirus Questions, Answered
TIME
Apr 14, 2020
Pandemic Changes Rituals of Life — and Death
WTTW
Apr 14, 2020
Coronavirus: How to cope with living alone in self-isolation
BBC World News
Apr 14, 2020
Are ventilators being overused? Doctors weigh in
WGN News
Apr 14, 2020
University of Chicago to study using plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients to help severely ill
Chicago Tribune
Apr 13, 2020
The Secret History of the First Coronavirus
Forbes
Apr 12, 2020
Coronavirus in black America: Living in the eye of a 'perfect storm'
CNN
Apr 11, 2020
Coronavirus: Western economies slow to react to crisis, says leading economist
BBC News
Apr 10, 2020
Our fear of government power has left us fighting covid-19 with volunteerism
Washington Post
Apr 10, 2020
Remote learning has pitfalls, but we can still help students be successful in this challenging time
Chicago Sun-Times
Apr 10, 2020
What are coronavirus antibody tests and do they exist yet?
Newsweek
Apr 9, 2020
37% Of Jobs Can Be Done From Home, According To A New Economic Analysis
Forbes
Apr 9, 2020
Working from home not an option for most black, Latino workers during the coronavirus crisis
Chicago Sun-Times
Apr 9, 2020
CPS Remote Learning Begins Monday. What That Looks Like Depends On Where You Live.
WBEZ
Apr 8, 2020
Another Way to See the Recession: Power Usage Is Way Down
The New York Times
Apr 8, 2020
A haunting, beautiful look at Chicago’s new normal as residents cope with coronavirus anxiety
Chicago Tribune
Apr 8, 2020
'It's getting into territory that actually both the Treasury and the Fed haven’t been in before': Randall Kroszner on pandemic
Yahoo Finance
Apr 8, 2020
Epidemiologist Sarah Cobey: US 'will never be able to go back to normal until there's a vaccine'
Fox News
Apr 7, 2020
Epidemiologist Sarah Cobey: US 'will never be able to go back to normal until there's a vaccine'
Fox News
Apr 7, 2020
Ventilators for coronavirus patients are in short supply. How scientists might pivot
LA Times
Apr 7, 2020
Chicago’s coronavirus disparity: Black Chicagoans are dying at nearly six times the rate of white residents, data show
Chicago Tribune
Apr 7, 2020
The Coronavirus Will Cause New Crises in Latin America
Foreign Policy
Apr 6, 2020
U.S. Is Nowhere Close to Reopening the Economy, Experts Say
New York Times
Apr 6, 2020
How Economists Are Trying to Answer Coronavirus Questions
The New York Times
Apr 5, 2020
Surprising COVID-19 hot spots: Why coronavirus still threatens rural areas
ABC News
Apr 4, 2020
Lab workers are unseen warriors fighting the coronavirus
ABC News
Apr 4, 2020
The Uncertain Path of the Coronavirus Pandemic Poses Its Own Risk
Wall Street Journal
Apr 3, 2020
Coronavirus unemployment leaves people scrambling for health insurance; here's how to get it
ABC-7 News
Apr 3, 2020
Coronavirus Pandemic Deepens Labor Divide Between Online, Offline Workers
Wall Street Journal
Apr 3, 2020
Map reveals hidden U.S. hotspots of coronavirus infection
Scientific American
Apr 2, 2020
New data reveals coronavirus hotspots brewing across the south, where the pandemic is set to 'hit hard
Business Insider
Apr 2, 2020
A look at the ethical dilemmas facing hospitals as virus cases rise
wttw11
Apr 1, 2020
Small areas hit hard by COVID-19 find representation in U of C map
WGN
Mar 31, 2020
Medication may make COVID-19 worse for asthmatics, study shows
WGN
Mar 31, 2020
The payoff from the pain: trillions in benefits seen from social distancing to slow coronavirus
Rolling Stone
Mar 30, 2020
The next wave of coronavirus outbreaks is threatening cities from New Orleans to Philadelphia, and it reveals the US is on pace for a national epidemic
Business Insider
Mar 30, 2020
Moderate social distancing yields $8 trillion in economic benefits, study finds
The Washington Post
Mar 30, 2020
University of Chicago professor calls for 'radical changes' as a community due to coronavirus pandemic
CBS 2 Chicago
Mar 28, 2020
The coronavirus may hit rural America later — and harder
Vox
Mar 28, 2020
Who lives, who dies, who decides
Washington Post
Mar 27, 2020
Forget Amazon. This website allows Chicagoans to shop local during the shutdown.
WBEZ91.5
Mar 26, 2020
Chicago doctor whose blunt speech resonated with millions has another message
NBC Chicago
Mar 26, 2020
How you can protect your community, not just your own health
The New York Times
Mar 26, 2020
A.I. versus the coronavirus
The New York Times
Mar 26, 2020
Ling Ma, author of zombie pandemic novel ‘Severance,' wins Whiting Award
Chicago Tribune
Mar 25, 2020
Argonne National Laboratory uses supercomputers to take on coronavirus
CBS 2 Chicago
Mar 25, 2020
We’re stuck at home with nothing to do. Should we expect a coronavirus baby boom?
Washington Post
Mar 25, 2020
Red and blue America agree that now is the time to violate the Constitution
The Atlantic
Mar 25, 2020
To Fight the Coronavirus, Cut the Red Tape
The New York Times
Mar 24, 2020
This pre-existing condition makes Illinois finances especially vulnerable to COVID
Crain's Chicago Business
Mar 24, 2020
America’s electricity is safe from the coronavirus—for now
Wired
Mar 24, 2020
To Fight the Coronavirus, Cut the Red Tape
The New York Times
Mar 24, 2020
One doctor's straight talk about the coronavirus strikes a chord with anxious Americans
Washington Post
Mar 20, 2020
Economist who warned of 2008 crisis doesn’t see a repeat — if the U.S. takes these steps
Barron's
Mar 20, 2020
One doctor's straight talk about the coronavirus strikes a chord with anxious Americans
The Washington Post
Mar 20, 2020
Emotional Chicago doctor makes rousing speech urging people to stay at home as she warns next week's coronavirus hospital patients don't even know they're sick yet
Daily Mail
Mar 20, 2020
We all need small businesses. Don’t let them die.
The New York Times
Mar 19, 2020
What does the coronavirus do to the body?
The New York Times
Mar 18, 2020
Trump can’t save us from the coronavirus. But governors and mayors can.
Washington Post
Mar 16, 2020
The silver lining of the market crash: Making the wealthy worry more about coronavirus
Washington Post
Mar 11, 2020
Research to stop coronavirus underway at Argonne National Laboratory
NBC 5 Chicago
Mar 4, 2020

Coronavirus Experts

To arrange an interview with a faculty expert, please contact Colleen Mastony, or visit the Media Resources page.

Allison H. Bartlett

Infectious diseases

Melissa Gilliam

Youth education

Jeffrey Hubbell

Human immune system

Monica Peek

Impact on African American populations

Harold Pollack

U.S. health care system

David Archer

Air pollution and COVID-19

Nick Feamster

Internet preparedness

Margaret Gardel

Decontaminating N95 masks

Cathryn Nagler

Human immune system

Neil Shubin

Link between viruses and genetics

Omri Ben-Shahar

Insurance companies, consumer protection

Adam Chilton

Civil liberties

Daniel Hemel

Legal powers and importance of mayors and governors

Elizabeth Kregor

Supporting small businesses

Anup Malani

Legal powers, roles of mayors and governors

Michael Albertus

COVID-19's impact on Latin American politics and society

Elaine Allensworth

U.S. education and schooling

Kate Baicker

U.S. health care and health insurance

Luís Bettencourt

Global urban cities

Marc Berman

Effects of physical environment the brain and behavior

Michael Belsky

Municipal finance during coronavirus outbreak

Jonathan Dingel

International trade, jobs

Austan Goolsbee

Impact on U.S. economy

Steven Kaplan

Small businesses and startups

Casey Mulligan

Economic growth