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By Lindzi Wessel
Each Monday, The Coronavirus Files provides tips and resources and highlight exemplary work to help you with your reporting.
By Lindzi Wessel
Each Monday, The Coronavirus Files provides tips and resources and highlight exemplary work to help you with your reporting.
By Lindzi Wessel
Each Monday, The Coronavirus Files provides tips and resources and highlight exemplary work to help you with your reporting.
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Here’s how to you can do an up-to-date analysis of tests, cases and deaths in your state.
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Veteran science journalist Lisa Krieger gives a quick masterclass on breaking down the crisis into meaningful stories.
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It’s a story of official missteps, misinformation and confusion — and public anxiety about teen sex.
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Misinformation about health spreads as rapidly as a pathogen. Here’s how to track its spread using an online tool called Hoaxy.
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"The first measles vaccine was licensed the following year, in 1963. I found it wondrous to think that no more kids would get sick, as I had."
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While personal belief exemptions from vaccines were banned in California, the state saw a subsequent rise in medical exemptions. The law's language is partly to blame, a new study says.
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California and Michigan offer real-world laboratories for state policies that clamp down on vaccine exemptions, and the early results are very encouraging.

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