Monday. Can’t trust it. Today is the anniversary of the New York blackout of 1977.
Wired has a primer on the variables involved in herd immunity for Covid-19.
The White House is apparently trying to discredit Dr. Fauci by providing reporters a list of all the times he has been wrong. Pot, meet kettle. And how is the middle of a national pandemic a good time for this kind of weird, petty infighting?
Speaking of the White House, someone inside seems to have leaked to Jonathan Swan that the White House is obsessed with trying to prevent people from leaking.
Literary magazines come and go but I hope this one hangs in there.
Great photos and stories from Patrick Cashin, longtime photographer for the MTA in New York.
And some good news for a change: New York City reported zero deaths from coronavirus yesterday, the first time that’s happened since March 11th.