Accidental Deliberations: Sunday Morning Links

This and that for your Sunday reading. – The Globe and Mail’s editorial board recognizes that any responsible government would be continuing to apply public health rules to prevent a fourth wave of COVID, rather than hyping partial vaccination as a cure-all. Zeynep Tufecki discusses how the U.S.’ political dysfunction

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Accidental Deliberations: Friday Morning Links

Assorted content to end your week. – Graham Thomson writes about Jason Kenney’s choice to base his governing strategy on COVID denialism. William Hanage expresses his disappointment at Boris Johnson’s continually woeful pandemic response – though it’s hard to see why anybody should have expected anything different. And Ed Yong

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Accidental Deliberations: Monday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material to start your week. – Crawford Kilian draws from Alex de Waal’s New Pandemics, Old Politics to make the case that plagues and the associated responses are invariably political. Adam Miller writes that there’s an opportunity for Canadian governments to build off of low COVID-19 case counts and keep

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Accidental Deliberations: Monday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material to start your week. – Adam Miller writes about the race between vaccinations and COVID-19 variants. The Strategic COVID-19 Pandemic Committee of Edmonton Zone Medical Staff Association highlights why it’s reckless to be insisting on an end to public health regulations (and concurrent encouragement of potential superspreader events).

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Accidental Deliberations: Wednesday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material for your mid-week reading. – Ivan Semeniuk writes about the changing COVID-19 pandemic as the primary threat becomes the spread of variants which weren’t known or accounted for in the development of current vaccines. – Christine Freethy discusses the experience of seeing a family member among the faces

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Accidental Deliberations: Wednesday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material for your mid-week reading. – Grace Blakeley discusses how corporate handouts represent a major contributor to the concentration of wealth by the richest few. And CNN reports on the new billionaires created by the public development of COVID-19 vaccines. – Rachelle Younglai points out that generational wealth transfers

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