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It seems obvious now that the coronavirus is going to reshape the ways we interact with each other: conferences have been canceled, the stock market is tanking, and white collar employers have begun the process of asking their staff to work from home instead of at the office. Life under an outbreak is difficult — not only because the causative agent is basically invisible and incredibly infectious, but also because even if you do everything right you might still become a victim.
A report in Bloomberg published yesterday told the story of the first coronavirus patient in Seattle — the person who would start the outbreak that has become the worst in the country, claiming (so far) 23 lives and infecting about 140 more. “County health…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts