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"We need not accept death as our overlord," Donald G. McNeil Jr. writes. "A vaccine may be close at hand, and so may treatments like monoclonal antibodies that will cut our losses."

“Today, Americans are facing the same choice our ancestors did: We can listen to scientists and spend money to save lives, or we can watch our neighbors die.” Donald G. McNeil Jr. in @nytimes .

"Today, Americans are facing the same choice our ancestors did," Donald G. McNeil Jr. writes. "We can listen to scientists and spend money to save lives, or we can watch our neighbors die."

"We need not accept death as our overlord," Donald G. McNeil Jr. writes. "A vaccine may be close at hand, and so may treatments like monoclonal antibodies that will cut our losses."

"By year’s end, half as many Americans may have died as did in the four years of World War II," writes Donald G. McNeil Jr. "And yet we are still arguing over how to prevent this."

Mass Death Is Not Inevitable -- a terrific piece by Donald G. McNeil Jr., including this great detail: "In the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918, many New Yorkers donned masks but 4,000 San Franciscans formed an Anti-Mask League."

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Our infectious diseases reporter Donald G. McNeil Jr. asked experts what they expect in the near future in the U.S. Their answers make it clear there's hope for managing the coronavirus crisis now and in the long term. But the year ahead will be painful.

Donald G. McNeil Jr: The CDC “is a great agency but it’s incompetently led, and I think Dr Redfield should resign.”

The NYT asked its writers to describe a bright thing for them during these dark times. Donald G. McNeil Jr., their great science reporter, says he can finally sleep again. "There's nothing left to warn against. Everyone - almost everyone - understands."

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As we celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth , we honor Ezell Blair Jr., David Richmond, Franklin McCain, and mcneil'>Joseph McNeil whose courageous activism at Greensboro Woolworth’s 60 years ago today spurred a movement. They risked everything and forever changed our nation.

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This coronavirus overview by infectious diseases reporter Donald G. McNeil Jr. is the single best thing I've read all month.

“This notion that it’s only going to kill grandma — as if that were ok — has got to stop.” — mcneil'>Donald McNeil, @nytimes  science reporter, to @maddow .

Don McNeil: "When the hospitals get overwhelmed, you have to say, 'Okay, she lives, she lives, but he dies...those are the choices they are making in Northern Italy right now. And they're going to be making them all over Italy pretty soon. And we will too"

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PLEASE SHARE: Police in D.C. are searching for two young girls who were reported missing on New Year's Eve. Laila Emoni McNeil, 7, and Paris May Williams, 11, were both last seen on the 700 block of 12th Street SE.

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