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Inside 100 Tweets
@RealTimeWWII, a Twitter accounted created by Oxford history graduate Alwyn Collinson, narrates World War II on Twitter in real time; all the tweets are manually written, with no script used.
THREAD: Covid caused 338,000 diagnosed infections in kids. 86 tragically died, thousands more hospitalized. To compare burden to flu, an estimated 11.3 million kids got symptomatic flu in 2018-19, 477 died. If Covid became as widespread in kids as flu, outcomes could be grim. 1/3 https://t.co/S6kw6ke4iT
Hygiene theater: "My point is not to relax, but rather to focus on what matters and what works,” Goldman said. “Masks, social distancing, and moving activities outdoors. That’s it. That’s how we protect ourselves. That’s how we beat this thing.”" https://t.co/a4qOXkaK5Y
CNN’s @smerconish: “It all sounds like a potential perfect storm: a pandemic, states and voters new to the mail-in process, poll workers perhaps staying at home, and mail delays now add in a potential change from our history of learning who won…on election night.” https://t.co/q92tEB6kW0
America's rich used to move around more than the poor. When Covid landed, that flipped: The wealthy now work remotely, while essential workers toil. https://t.co/12PAVPem5a
Economic mobility (literally) researched by geo mapping analysis- “To quantify this, Weill and his colleagues tapped three sources of anonymized cell phone location data. This came from SafeGraph and PlaceIQ, both companies that provide geospatial data, as well as Google.” 🗺 https://t.co/QC6n3HBUAA
Blooms to behold: @WilmotGardens, the @UF College of Medicine’s healing gardens and teaching laboratory, has been inducted into the American Camellia Trails Program, a national recognition held by only three gardens in the state of Florida. https://t.co/8tXupfFPzj https://t.co/6pvWx56GhG
Join us Friday, Aug. 7 at 12:45 PM ET to hear @Astro_Seal answer questions from students across the nation participating in @Space_Station Explores STEM programs. The Earth-to-space call kicks off a monthly series of themes with K-12 STEM resources: https://t.co/4ydPTNCHVl https://t.co/LPwII7hcdi
“I had no choice.” After a the mother of a student at North Paulding saw a viral photo of its crowded, maskless hallways, she wanted to keep him home. But the virtual school was full, and she was told he’d face consequences if he didn’t come to class. https://t.co/Jvk0qWsKfy