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Santa Cruz Local

Kara Meyberg Guzman

Stephen Baxter

26 March 2020

Santa Cruz, California, United States

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Cities and states throughout the U.S. are in forms of lockdown to contain the coronavirus pandemic, including Santa Cruz County in California. Although this practice is one way to mitigate the spread, institutions in ...

La Noticia

José Carlos Cordero Cote

25 March 2020

Daegu, South Korea

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South Korea’s rapid response to COVID-19 shares many successes that can be duplicated by other countries. Its main advantage came from its ability to create tests rapidly, which could happen quickly because of prepare...

NPR

Rob Schmitz

25 March 2020

Germany

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Compared to its European counterparts, Germany has one of the lowest coronavirus fatality rates, around 0.5%. Experts credit the low rate to the country's decentralized diagnostic systems that allow federal states to ...

Concord Monitor

Hadley Barndollar

25 March 2020

Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States

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In Portsmouth, New Hampshire, a library pop-up trailer run by school librarians is shifting the way it offers services to children as a result of the pandemic. For three years prior, the library pop-up trailer allowed...

WBUR

Hilary McQuilkin

Meghna Chakrabarti

25 March 2020

Singapore

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Singapore, Hong Kong, and South Korea have each seen success through their efforts to contain the coronavirus. Using methods such as aggressive isolation methods that include penalties, contact tracing and rapid inter...

The Guardian

Steven Morris

24 March 2020

Chilmark, Wiltshire, England

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Wiltshire villagers are coordinating to each volunteer their specific skill set to help people during the quarantine. A parish councilor divided the village into 18 parts and designated 33 volunteers to each region to...

The Washington Post

Keith L. Alexander

Michelle Boorstein

24 March 2020

Clarksburg, Maryland, United States

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As the coronavirus death toll increases, churches and funeral homes are trying to quickly adapt to ways to create space for grieving while also abiding by mandated limits on the size of group gatherings. Some have imp...

NBC News

Grace Moon

24 March 2020

Seoul, South Korea

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Although the future is unknown, for the time being, South Korea has largely contained the coronavirus pandemic by enacting a comprehensive response. Acting swiftly and aggressively, the country moved to initiate wides...

U.S. News & World Report

Matthew Keegan

24 March 2020

Macau, China

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Despite being the most densely populated area on earth, Macau, a special administrative region of China, has managed to keep its coronavirus infection rate astonishing low, in large part due to strict, fast-acting pol...

The Boulder Monitor

Keith Hammonds

24 March 2020

Boulder, Montana, United States

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In just a few days, Montana’s Jefferson County school district had to adapt to remote teaching in an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus, with the governor leaving it up to schools and teachers to figure out how...

Good Morning America

T. J. Holmes

24 March 2020

Seoul, South Korea

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3-5 Minutes

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South Korea has reported a reduction of new coronavirus cases thanks in part to rapid government regulations, widespread testing, and increased transparency. While other countries, such as the United States, have made...

Forbes

Andrew Wright

24 March 2020

Nigeria

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Nigeria, like many other tropical countries, has been dealing with pandemics and outbreaks for some time and already had an infrastructure in place that was prepared to handle the Covid-19 outbreak. Federal and state ...

OZY

Stefania Palma

24 March 2020

Singapore

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Singapore was one of the first countries to have been impacted by the coronavirus outbreak yet the country also boasts one of the lowest death tolls. Although not all efforts are replicable from country to country, so...

Transitions Online

Vaclav Stefan

24 March 2020

Sokolov, Czech Republic

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Students and teachers in the Czech Republic are learning what it takes to reduce bullying in their schools. Elementary school Lada Jelasicova students reported well below the national average as having experienced bul...

KRIV-TV

Matthew Seedorff

23 March 2020

Houston, Texas, United States

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In Houston, hospitals and doctor's offices are changing their protocols for admitting and seeing patients in order to decrease the likelihood of spreading COVID-19. Telehealth practices have increased from 2 percent t...

The Eagle-Tribune

Pat Grossmith

23 March 2020

New Hampshire, United States

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Many counties in New Hampshire are addressing the digital divide by loaning laptops to students without access to a computer at home and providing paper assignments to students who don’t have access to the internet. T...

Channel News Asia

Don Shapiro

23 March 2020

Taiwan

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After the 2003 SARS epidemic, Taiwan formed the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC), which has proved necessary in the face of COVID19. The CECC has helped coordinated screenings for incoming travelers, rationing f...

The Verge

Kim Lyons

23 March 2020

South Korea

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Governments across the world are using data from cell phones to better track the movement of those under quarantine restrictions during coronavirus. While each country using this containment strategy is implementing i...

The New York Times

Max Fisher

Choe Sang-Hun

23 March 2020

South Korea

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China and South Korea were the first two countries to emerge as possible models for how to contain coronavirus. While critics have called China's tactics Draconian, they are praising South Korea for implementing "swif...

Oregon Business Magazine

Britany Robinson

23 March 2020

West Linn, Oregon, United States

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After a paper mill in Oregon closed abruptly, a venture capitalist swooped in, bought the place, and reopened it as the first paper mill in the United States to produce paper using wheat pulp. Through a partnership be...

The GroundTruth Project

Wilson Liévano

Josh Coe

23 March 2020

Hubei Province, China

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Bosch China Investment Ltd. survived the worst of the Coronavirus pandemic by taking serious precautions early on. This article lays out the specific steps in the timeline of the pandemic that the company took to prot...

CNET

Sareena Dayaram

22 March 2020

Singapore, Singapore

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Initially, Singapore was one of the most impacted country by the spread of the coronavirus; however, with strict policy and early isolation, the city-state has managed to maintain a low infection rate. Early on in the...

The New York Times

Donald G. McNeil Jr.

22 March 2020

China

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Countries that have more recently fought against communicable and infectious disease outbreaks, such as China, are offering lessons about potential ways to slow the spread of COVID-19. Stricter and more efficient guid...

Vox

Allegra Frank

Constance Grady

22 March 2020

Singapore

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Countries around the world have used different strategies to try to contain the coronavirus but some tactics are being lauded over others. Singapore, South Korea, and Senegal are a few of the countries that rapidly im...

Wall Street Journal

Dasl Yoon

22 March 2020

Daegu, South Korea

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In order to reduce the mortality rate from the coronavirus pandemic as much as possible, medical centers and the government in South Korea reserved beds only for the most ill, while others were quarantined in supervis...

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