Philip Ball / June 12, 2020
Prospect’s chief science writer speaks to leading epidemiologists—including Neil Ferguson, who made this striking claim. He concludes that countless lives were unnecessarily lost
Rebecca Liu / June 11, 2020
The anxiety of worrying about the safety of my family was replaced with anger at the lack of preparedness in the UK
Emily Reynolds / June 10, 2020
Mental health has become a buzzword, with members of the royal family and celebrities chiming in. But Covid-19 has left millions around the world dealing with loss, grief, and insecurity—it's time...
The Chinese state has an impressive story to tell but Covid-19 and Hong Kong show the west shouldn't concede just yet
Sars vials misplaced, dengue fever samples lost in the post—the chilling lack of bio-security at research labs
I sat with more than 200 Liberians as they processed lessons from Ebola—lessons the west has still not learned
Alex Dean / June 8, 2020
The former WTO chief says the multilateral response to the pandemic has been woefully inadequate
Prospect Team / June 8, 2020
We are all affected by coronavirus, but some people have to decide what to do about it. Here we ask ministers and mayors about the problems they face and the actions they are taking—and we also ask...
Angela Saini / June 7, 2020
Even scientists are not beyond leaping to unfounded assumptions of innate racial difference. When it comes to Covid-19, the truth is much more complex
It's hard to escape the conclusion that being old is, in itself, the most important "underlying condition" of the lot