American parents and policymakers hoping for a safe return to schools in the fall have been looking to Europe, where several countries reopened as early as April without a subsequent spike in cases.
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In the heated debate over reopening schools, one burning question has been whether and how efficiently children can spread the virus to others.
Welcome to Pollapalooza, our weekly polling roundup. Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, governors have generally received better marks for the way they’ve handled the crisis than President Trump has.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, Bloomberg Opinion will be running a series of features by our columnists that consider the long-term consequences of the crisis. This column is part of a package on the future of transportation.
In combating Covid-19, the U.S. stumbled into a “natural experiment” whose national negative outcomes have outweighed the positive ones, including greater loss of life and more cases of debilitating illness, not to mention a setback to economic recovery.