COVID-19

When Will Our Schools Be Safe?

Both reopening schools and teaching remotely carry important drawbacks for children and parents alike. A pediatrician tells Democracy about the best path forward for educating our kids during COVID.

By Hannah Lichtsinn

The 'South's First Office of Health Equity'

What it’s like to direct a poor Southern state through the eye of the COVID-19 storm, according to the groundbreaking former secretary of the Louisiana Department of Health.

By Rebekah Gee

We Need a Public Health Revolution

Want to support pandemic preparedness? Change the way we finance public health in America.

By Harold Pollack

Fixing Racial Health Disparities

They’re probably the single most glaring fact of American life the virus has exposed. What do we do?

By Jamila K. Taylor

Is a Vaccine Really Coming?

It will take a while, says Yale’s Gregg Gonsalves. And when it comes—the government must consider setting the price.

By Gregg Gonsalves