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Coronavirus Daily

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Coronavirus Daily

Coronavirus Daily

NPR

254
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5.6K
Plays
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A daily news podcast about the coronavirus pandemic, covering all dimensions of the story from science to economics and politics as well as society and culture. Hosted by Kelly McEvers from Embedded. Approximately 10 minutes in length. Publishing weekday afternoons. Includes stories and interviews from NPR's Science, International, National, Business and Washington reporting teams, as well as station reporters, and the crews at Morning Edition and All Things Considered.

Latest Episodes

Protesting In A Pandemic; The Fight Over Mail-In Voting

With the coronavirus pandemic in the backdrop, protests over police brutality around the country have public health officials concerned for the health of protesters.

10 MIN1 d ago
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Protesting In A Pandemic; The Fight Over Mail-In Voting

Q & A: Voting And Acts Of Kindness

Listeners share stories about acts of kindness with bestselling author Cheryl Strayed. NPR reporter Miles Parks answers questions about voting.

16 MIN3 d ago
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Q & A: Voting And Acts Of Kindness

The Rural/Urban Divide; Safe Summer Activities

With summer near and the coronavirus still spreading, many outdoor activities are low-risk. And the debate over $600 a week in federal unemployment benefits.

12 MIN4 d ago
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The Rural/Urban Divide; Safe Summer Activities

Why Are Some Countries Doing Better Than Others?

New data show COVID-19 is less lethal than scientists originally thought. Plus, which counties have been more successful controlling the coronavirus.

13 MIN5 d ago
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Why Are Some Countries Doing Better Than Others?

Global Vaccine Competition; More Than 100,000 Dead

The federal government reported a drastic increase in coronavirus cases and deaths among health care workers. Plus, the World Heath Organization warns of a second peak this summer.

13 MIN6 d ago
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Global Vaccine Competition; More Than 100,000 Dead

99,000 People Dead And A Dire Summer Prediction

As the United States nears 100,000 COVID-19 deaths, many are asking what is next for the country? Researchers found excess deaths surged in communities that are already struggling.

13 MIN1 w ago
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99,000 People Dead And A Dire Summer Prediction

The Cost Of Being "Essential"

An outbreak at a pork processing plant in South Dakota raises questions about who's really "essential" in the pandemic.

20 MIN1 w ago
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The Cost Of Being "Essential"

Q & A: Vaccine Development And Kids' Questions

NPR Science Correspondent Joe Palca answers listener questions about vaccine development, and kids send in their coronavirus questions.

12 MIN1 w ago
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Q & A: Vaccine Development And Kids' Questions

Fauci Optimistic On Vaccine; What's Different About Military Homecomings

Returning soldiers aren't receiving the traditional homecoming thanks to the coronavirus. Plus food banks say SNAP is key to feeding America through the pandemic.

11 MIN1 w ago
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Fauci Optimistic On Vaccine; What's Different About Military Homecomings

Optimism For A Vaccine; Strapped Unemployment Offices Leave Many Waiting

Research into possible vaccines produces promising results and local officials work to navigate the interconnected logistics around reopening.

12 MIN1 w ago
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Optimism For A Vaccine; Strapped Unemployment Offices Leave Many Waiting

Latest Episodes

Protesting In A Pandemic; The Fight Over Mail-In Voting

With the coronavirus pandemic in the backdrop, protests over police brutality around the country have public health officials concerned for the health of protesters.

10 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Protesting In A Pandemic; The Fight Over Mail-In Voting

Q & A: Voting And Acts Of Kindness

Listeners share stories about acts of kindness with bestselling author Cheryl Strayed. NPR reporter Miles Parks answers questions about voting.

16 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Q & A: Voting And Acts Of Kindness

The Rural/Urban Divide; Safe Summer Activities

With summer near and the coronavirus still spreading, many outdoor activities are low-risk. And the debate over $600 a week in federal unemployment benefits.

12 MIN4 d ago
Comments
The Rural/Urban Divide; Safe Summer Activities

Why Are Some Countries Doing Better Than Others?

New data show COVID-19 is less lethal than scientists originally thought. Plus, which counties have been more successful controlling the coronavirus.

13 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Why Are Some Countries Doing Better Than Others?

Global Vaccine Competition; More Than 100,000 Dead

The federal government reported a drastic increase in coronavirus cases and deaths among health care workers. Plus, the World Heath Organization warns of a second peak this summer.

13 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Global Vaccine Competition; More Than 100,000 Dead

99,000 People Dead And A Dire Summer Prediction

As the United States nears 100,000 COVID-19 deaths, many are asking what is next for the country? Researchers found excess deaths surged in communities that are already struggling.

13 MIN1 w ago
Comments
99,000 People Dead And A Dire Summer Prediction

The Cost Of Being "Essential"

An outbreak at a pork processing plant in South Dakota raises questions about who's really "essential" in the pandemic.

20 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Cost Of Being "Essential"

Q & A: Vaccine Development And Kids' Questions

NPR Science Correspondent Joe Palca answers listener questions about vaccine development, and kids send in their coronavirus questions.

12 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Q & A: Vaccine Development And Kids' Questions

Fauci Optimistic On Vaccine; What's Different About Military Homecomings

Returning soldiers aren't receiving the traditional homecoming thanks to the coronavirus. Plus food banks say SNAP is key to feeding America through the pandemic.

11 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Fauci Optimistic On Vaccine; What's Different About Military Homecomings

Optimism For A Vaccine; Strapped Unemployment Offices Leave Many Waiting

Research into possible vaccines produces promising results and local officials work to navigate the interconnected logistics around reopening.

12 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Optimism For A Vaccine; Strapped Unemployment Offices Leave Many Waiting
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