A new analysis from Columbia University finds nearly 36,000 fewer people would have died if social distancing measures had been put in place across the U.S. just one week earlier.

U.S. Could Have Saved Thousands Of Lives If Lockdown Started Earlier, Study Finds

By Nurith Aizenman NPR
Copyright 2020 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

Read the full story on NPR.org »

Check Also

Facebook Sued By Justice Dept. For Allegedly Discriminating Against U.S. Workers

The U.S. Department of Justice alleged Facebook reserved more than 2,600 jobs over almost two years specifically for temporary visa holders it intended to sponsor for permanent residency.