We looked inside some of the tweets by @carlzimmer and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Paul continues to push Fauci — who pushes back hard on how Paul describes situation in New York. FAUCI: You misconstrued that senator, and you’ve done that repetitively in the past.… you are not listening to what the director of the CDC said. https://t.co/E2wAivWnp0
A double-or-nothing strategy for dealing with Covid-19 : shift money away from local health departments + essential supplies, to fund huge contracts with potential vaccine manufacturers https://t.co/BIeDP1TPOu
1. Three weeks ago, everyone was bashing the University of Illinois for having the audacity to run an in-person semester at a large state school by developing an in-house testing program test to screen 10,000 students per day.
The University of Illinois story is not over https://t.co/RbdUltAldx
F.D.A. to Release Stricter Guidelines for Emergency Vaccine Authorization https://t.co/u8dvpMYdzU
.@acosta: What do you say to Americans who blame this administration for 200,000 Covid deaths? McENANY: The fact that we have come nowhere near 2 million deaths is a testament to this president taking immediate action https://t.co/Y5rHBLanG6
Again: The 2 million figure was the projection of doing *absolutely nothing*. "We did better than absolutely inaction" is not much of a defense, particularly with cases still rising. https://t.co/XKLdZ9HtME
"It affects virtually nobody," Trump says of the coronavirus, which has now killed 200,000 Americans and counting https://t.co/qHrZvUWNhX
Update—statement from NIAID: "NIAID first learned of this matter this morning, and Mr. Crews has informed us of his intention to retire. We have no further comments on this as it is a personnel matter." https://t.co/OfXYEn50TS
If the Supreme Court Ends Obamacare, Here’s What It Would Mean https://t.co/vMShg3uhQV
Over the last 6 months, we've learned a lot about how SARS-CoV-2 spreads🦠 What does the evidence so far tell us about SARS-CoV-2 transmission dynamics, high-risk activities and environments? Thread 🧵 (1/n) https://t.co/zBRmgztnKf
Duke opted for mass testing. Nearby UNC & NC State didn’t. [Standard caveats: Correlation not causation, etc. etc.] https://t.co/kfpmBRXwGu