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examiners

We're collecting death records from county coroners and medical examiners around the country to analyze the impact of coronavirus.

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curfew

looking at curfew violations from May 30, 2020 to date in cities around America https://chicago.suntimes.com/crime/2020/6/14/21286741/chicago-city-curfew-african-american-arrest-aclu

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U.S. Officials Response to COVID-19 in the Navajo Nation

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In partnership with the Indigenous Investigative Collective and the Native American Journalists Association, we're building investigative journalism infrastructure in Indian Country by supporting networked reporting on COVID-19.

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Communications between CDC and private institutions of health about COVID-19

The goal of this project is to create transparency around the relationships between the CDC (and its children agencies/ institutes/ departments) and private institutions of health (e.g. hospital systems, insurance companies, health advocacy groups) with regards to COVID-19 policies, treatments, etc.

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Michigan’s child care crisis is worse than policymakers know. We want to hear from parents and providers about it.

Michigan’s child care crisis is worse than policymakers know. We want to hear from parents and providers about it.

In 2021, there was a net loss of 735 childcare providers statewide. A $1.4 billion pot of federal relief money is being used to help. But experts say the child care industry will likely worsen, making it harder for Michigan families and the state economy. We want to hear about how Michigan’s childcare crisis is affecting you.

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MuckRock, USA TODAY and Documenting COVID-19 project win first place in National Headliners Awards for ‘Uncounted’ investigation

MuckRock, USA TODAY and Documenting COVID-19 project win first place in National Headliners Awards for ‘Uncounted’ investigation

MuckRock, the USA TODAY network and the Documenting COVID-19 project, a pandemic-era journalism project funded by Columbia University’s Brown Institute for Media Innovation, won first place in the 2022 National Headliners Awards for online pandemic coverage or project.

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Science backs mask mandates. But in Missouri and elsewhere, they’re politically toxic

Science backs mask mandates. But in Missouri and elsewhere, they’re politically toxic

Studies have repeatedly found mandates encourage mask use and slow COVID spread. But politics and lawsuits make them unattractive to policymakers.

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Air Check: Help uncover how well local schools’ ventilation works and where upgrades are overdue

Air Check: Help uncover how well local schools’ ventilation works and where upgrades are overdue

Keeping schools open and safe during the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t simple, but one key to safer environments involves upgraded HVAC systems, which help keep air circulating and fresh.

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'Soooo frustrating:' Infighting, bad predictions hindered Missouri response to Delta surge

‘Soooo frustrating:’ Infighting, bad predictions hindered Missouri response to Delta surge

Dr. Robin Trotman had an inkling his Springfield hospital system was experiencing a harbinger of what was to come. It was late June, and CoxHealth was seeing an influx of COVID-19 patients who had already been vaccinated, as the highly contagious Delta variant spread unchecked through the region.

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