Here's a roundup of some of the COVID-19 media coverage involving members of our department.

Enough is enough: Phillies need a vaccine mandate | Opinion
The Philadelphia Inquirer, written by Emily Largent and Holly Fernandez Lynch, July 15

Vaccinations Continue To Fall Despite West Virginia's COVID-19 Sweepstakes
West Virginia Public Broadcasting, featuring Kevin Volpp, July 15

Half of U.S. Teens Plan to Get COVID Shot, But Can Numbers Go Higher?
Health Day, featuring Dominic Sisti, July 15

Vaxxed or axed: To protect patients, every health care worker must be vaccinated
STAT, written by Zeke Emanuel et al, July 14

The pandemic may be better, but it's not over
CNN, featuring Zeke Emanuel, July 9

Biden Makes New Push for Vaccinations, but Experts Say More Is Needed
News Chant USA, featuring Steve Joffe, July 7

The UK’s booster shots can’t come at the cost of first doses elsewhere
WIRED, featuring Steve Joffe, July 7

Out of luck — COVID-19 vaccination lotteries don’t work
Boston Globe, written by Zeke Emanuel et al, July 6

House Lawmakers Eager to Boost Vaccine Uptake, Quash Hesitancy
Medpage Today, featuring Katy Milkman, July 1

Medicaid beneficiaries less likely to get COVID-19 shots
Roll Call, featuring Kevin Volpp, July 1

Rhodes College In Memphis Will Charge Unvaccinated Students $1500
Forbes, featuring Kevin Volpp, June 21

Flat-Out Resistant' Staffers Imperil Nursing Home Vaccine Goal
Bloomberg Law, featuring Emily Largent, June 21

The pandemic rocked this small hospital in a mostly Black suburb. Now it’s trying to grow.
Washington Post, featuring Genevieve Kanter, June 21

Lotteries as public health incentives began before covid-19
Washington Post, featuring Emily Largent, June 20

Hospitals: One Reason COVID Is More Lethal for Black Americans
US News and World Report, featuring David Asch and Rachel Werner, June 20

It's a tipping point': Flood of COVID-19 vaccine donations buoys mood at WHO
Science, featuring Zeke Emanuel, June 17

‘This gives hope’: A third COVID-19 vaccine dose can boost protection for organ transplant recipients
Science, featuring Ravi Parikh, June 14

States Pile On Covid-19 Vaccine Incentives. Will They Pay Off?
WSJ, featuring Emily Largent, June 11

Don't regret it! 'Philly Vax Sweepstakes' offers $50000 prizes — but only if you're vaccinated
Billy Penn, featuring Katy Milkman and Kevin Volpp, June 8

Vaccine Mandate Lawsuits Sparked by Shots' Emergency Status
Bloomberg Law, featuring Eric Feldman, June 7

In countries where vaccines are available, offers of free airline tickets and apartments for the fully inoculated
Washington Post, featuring Emily Largent, June 6

How One British Isle Persuaded Its Citizens to Get Vaccinated
Harvard Business Review, featuring Katy Milkman, June 4

Million-Dollar Drawings, Drag Queens And Free Beer — How Effective Are COVID Vaccine Incentives?
CPR, featuring Kevin Volpp and Harald Schmidt, June 4

People who've had COVID-19 vaccines should get a state-issued 'driver's license' to party
Business Insider, featuring Zeke Emanuel, June 4

California put $116.5 million toward its vaccine lottery. Is it working?
San Francisco Chronicle, featuring Kevin Volpp, June 3

What Drives COVID Vaccine Hesitancy Among Moms?
MedPage Today, featuring Alison Buttenheim, June 2

Perks And Incentives For Covid-19 Vaccination May Backfire
Forbes, featuring Emily Largent and David Asch, May 28

The Science Behind Vaccine Incentives
NPR, featuring Katy Milkman, May 26

White House Supports State Lotteries To Increase Vaccination Rates. Is Your State Next?
Forbes, featuring Emily Largent, May 24

Is it OK to offer a shot at lottery money to get people vaccinated? As bioethicists we say yes.
Philadelphia Inquirer, written by Holly Fernandez Lynch and Emily Largent, May 24

The CDC Is Gambling On Relaxed Mask Rules To Get More People Vaccinated
NPR, featuring Katy Milkman, May 20

States Are One-Upping Each Other with Vaccine Rewards — But Will It Work?
Rolling Stone, featuring Emily Largent, May 18

Ohio’s vaccine lottery is a game-show approach to incentivize people to get the COVID-19 shot. Will it work?
Cleveland.com, featuring Emily Largent, May 18

Get a Shot, Win $1 Million (or $100,000)
Bloomberg Opinion, featuring Katy Milkman, Alison Buttenheim, and Zeke Emanuel, May 18

A hundred bucks or a chance at $1 million: What’s the better vaccine incentive?
Washington Post, written by Kevin Volpp, May 17

As vaccinations drop, outreach workers hit the streets to change minds
NBC News, featuring Harald Schmidt, May 15

A Look at Covid-19 Vaccine Incentives: Will They Work?
The Takeaway, featuring Emily Largent, May 14

Vaccine Freebies Abound for Those Who Get the Shot
AARP, featuring Emily Largent, May 14

Here's how effective vaccine incentives like free beer really are
ABC News, featuring Emily Largent, May 13

India's COVID crisis
Penn Today, featuring Harsha Thirumurthy, May 11

Need a Reset? The End of Pandemic Life Can Be a Fresh Start.
New York Times, featuring Katy Milkman, May 11

Can Companies Require Vaccination, and Should They?
New York Times, featuring Eric Feldman, May 7

Vaccine equity remains elusive as vaccination rates for people of color still lag
USA Today, featuring Harald Schmidt, May 7

American Health Depends on Exporting Covid Vaccines
Wall Street Journal, by Zeke Emanuel et al, May 4

Yes, it’s legal for businesses and schools to require you to get a coronavirus vaccine
Washington Post, written by Holly Fernandez Lynch et al, May 4

South Korean Government Briefing on COVID-19
Arirang News, featuring Harald Schmidt, May 4

Covid-19: Unnecessary Complexity of Vax Trial Consent Forms Highlighted in Study
Physician's Weekly, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 29

Johnson & Johnson's Second Act
Bloomberg, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 29

The J&J vaccine is back. Next comes trust.
MIT Technology Review, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, April 29

Vaccination rates keep rising in some Philly suburbs, as others plateau, facing access and hesitancy challenges
Philadelphia Inquirer, featuring Harald Schmidt, April 29

New US COVID-19 Cases Decline, Vaccination Pace Slows Too
NPR, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 26

J&J's Second Act Creates New Challenge for Immunization Effort
Bloomberg, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 26

What Do Women Want? For Men to Get Covid Vaccines.
The New York Times, featuring Alison Buttenheim, April 22

Ezekiel Emanuel wants big thinking for new government health IT projects
Healthcare IT News, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 22

Tracking COVID-19 vaccination rates worldwide: How many people have been vaccinated?
USA Today, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 22

Are vaccine incentives and mandates the right approach?
Fox29, featuring Harald Schmidt, April 22

Cash for Shots
Inside Higher Ed, featuring Harald Schmidt, April 20

Penn researchers find evidence of racial bias in models used to allocate limited resources
The Daily Pennsylvanian, featuring Scott Halpern, April 16

Dollars to doughnuts: Will incentives motivate COVID-19 vaccination?
AAMC, featuring David Asch, April 15

Dr. Zeke Emanuel on why the U.S. should consider a vaccine mandate
CNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 15

These People Should Be Required to Get Vaccinated
The New York Times, by Zeke Emanuel, Aaron Glickman, and Amaya Diana, April 14

Why Biden health officials decided to pause J&J’s coronavirus vaccine
Washington Post, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 14

Could we save lives by assigning each American a place in line for vaccines?
USA Today, featuring Harald Schmidt, April 14

How to Double the Vaccination Pace
The New York Times, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 13

The COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective. Here’s what the numbers really mean.
The Philadelphia Inquirer, featuring Susan Ellenberg, April 12

Many colleges will require the Covid vaccine—here are some of the challenges ahead
CNBC, featuring Eric Feldman, April 12

We need more shots in arms of those who aren't vaccinated, says doctor
NBC News, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 12

Many Firefighters Are Still Declining The Vaccine As A Brutal Fire Season Looms
LAist, featuring Alison Buttenheim, April 12

Despite Increased Vaccinations, COVID-19 Cases Remain High
NPR, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 6

This Week on the Objections Podcast: UPenn Professor Breaks Down the Law Behind ‘Vaccine Passports’
Law and Crime, featuring Eric Feldman, April 6

The Ethics Of 'Vaccine Passports'
NPR, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 6

How to Nudge People Into Getting Tested for the Coronavirus
New York Times, featuring Harsha Thirumurthy, April 2

Former Biden, Trump advisers renew push to delay second Covid vaccine
STAT, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 2

Experts hoping to curb COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy
WPVI, featuring Alison Buttenheim, April 2

Covid was third-leading cause of death in the U.S. last year
NBC News, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 31

Opinion: Vaccines are about to become a free-for-all. Here’s how to ensure it’s done equitably.
Washington Post, written by Harald Schmidt et al, March 30

No 'consistent rationale': Why vaccinations are open to all in some states and not others
USA Today, featuring Harald Schmidt, March 29

The Debate Over Vaccine Mandates
CNN, Coronavirus Fact or Fiction, featuring Emily Largent, March 26

Rutgers University to require COVID-19 vaccinations this fall
Yahoo, featuring Eric Feldman, March 26

Time for US to share more COVID vaccines?
Marketplace, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 22

Vaccine acceptance expert weighs in on AstraZeneca saga
STAT, featuring Alison Buttenheim, March 19

Why Switzerland Trails West Virginia in Vaccines
Bloomberg, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 19

Health, Place, And Covid-19 Vaccines: Why Geography Matters For Equity And Public Health Now, And Once Vaccines Are Widely Available
The Appeal, written by Harald Schmidt, March 18

Dr. B Website Matches People with Leftover COVID-19 Vaccine Doses
VeryWell Health, featuring Harald Schmidt, May 17

Testing, contact tracing and consequences for not following rules reduced COVID-19 spread in NJ School 
PhillyVoice, featuring Kevin Volpp, March 16

Does the AstraZeneca vaccine cause blood clots? How scientists determine what's a side effect.
Washington Post, featuring Susan Ellenberg, March 16

Ex-Biden health advisor: Nations halting AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine acting on emotion, not data
CNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 16

How COVID could reshape mental health policy
The Hill, written by Jonathan Moreno et al, March 15

The Path To Boosting COVID-19 Vaccination Rates Is Riddled With Pitfalls. Here's Why
Fronteras, featuring Emily Largent, March 10

Moral And Ethical Complexities Of COVID-19
All Sides with Ann Fisher, featuring Dominic Sisti, March 11

@DearPandemic: Meet the women answering burning questions big and small about COVID-19
National Geographic, featuring Alison Buttenheim, March 10

Who’s Next in Your State’s Vaccine Line?
The New York Times, featuring Harald Schmidt, March 10

Age-based vaccine distribution is not only unethical. It’s also bad health policy.
The Washington Post, written by Emily Largent and Zeke Emanuel, et al, March 9

How Many Vaccine Doses Can Nations Ethically Hoard?
Foreign Affairs, written by Zeke Emanuel et al, March 9

Reserving a portion of COVID vaccines for hard-hit communities, and promoting equity in public health
KCRW Press Play, featuring Harald Schmidt, March 5

COVID Vaccines May Prevent Spread but Inoculated People Should Still Be Careful
Newsweek, featuring Scott Halpern, March 5

Doctors tally COVID-19’s toll on hospitalized patients: ‘It’s costly and it’s deadly’
Los Angeles Times, featuring David Asch, March 5

Dr. Zeke Emanuel: 'It is a huge mistake' to reopen states this early
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 4

‘They’re nervous every night’: Biden’s team sends mixed messages on vaccine availability
Politico, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 2

During COVID-19, FDA’s Vaccine Advisory Committee Has Worked To Boost Public Trust – It Can Still Do More
Health Affairs, by Genevieve Kanter et al, February 26

How Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine is different from Pfizer's and Moderna's
The Philadelphia Inquirer, featuring Alison Buttenheim, February 26

We Still Don't Know How Well Covid Vaccines Stop Transmission
WIRED, featuring Scott Halpern, February 26

Race Versus Time: Targeting Vaccine To The Most Vulnerable Is No Speedy Task
NPR, featuring Harald Schmidt, February 23

Is it safe for the country's teachers to return back to school?
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, February 17

A Dismal Spring Awaits Unless We Slow the Spread of Covid-19
New York Times, written by Zeke Emanuel et al, February 17

A monument to our monumental suffering can help America heal from this pandemic
STAT, written by Jason Karlawish, Emily Largent, et al, February 14

Take whatever COVID vaccine you can get. All of them stop death and hospitalization.
USA Today, written by Zeke Emanuel et al, February 12

Joe Biden's 'America First' Vaccine Strategy
The Atlantic, featuring Zeke Emanuel, February 4

Disadvantage indices can help achieve equitable vaccine allocation
STAT, written by Harald Schmidt, February 1

Role of race in US vaccine rollout gets put to the test
The AP, featuring Harald Schmidt, January 28

To Promote Vaccines, New Orleans Dances With Its Heart on Its Sleeve
New York Times, featuring Alison Buttenheim, January 24

'The Biden administration is inheriting a black box': Former transition advisers discuss new Covid strategy
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, January 22

Florida blocks wealthy vaccine tourists after anger from elderly residents
Reuters, featuring Harald Schmidt, January 21

Biden Covid-19 advisory member answers your questions about the Coronavirus Pandemic
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, January 17

Some wealthy Americans accused of getting vaccines before they're eligible: "Really disturbing inequity"
CBS News, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, January 15

COVID-19 Cases Continue To Surge, Take Toll On Health Care Workers
NPR, featuring Zeke Emanuel, January 11

The slow vaccine rollout and reigning in COVID
WHYY, featuring Alison Buttenheim, January 8

The Best Evidence for How to Overcome COVID Vaccine Fears
Scientific American, featuring Katy Milkman, January 7

Community spread of COVID-19 tied to patient survival rates at area hospitals
Penn Today, featuring David Asch, January 6

Should the government pay people to take the COVID-19 vaccine? | Pro/Con
Philadelphia Inquirer, featuring Alison Buttenheim and Harald Schmidt, January 6

Eureka! Two Vaccines Work — But What About the Also-Rans in the Pharma Arms Race?
Kaiser Health News, featuring Steve Joffe, January 5

Pittsburgh-Based Wellness Retailer Now Selling At-Home Coronavirus Tests
WESA, featuring Louiza Kalokairinou, January 4

Poor vaccine planning could increase the pandemic's racial divide
Axios, featuring Harald Schmidt, January 4

FDA Fends Off Pressure to Change Covid-19 Vaccine Dosing
Bloomberg, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, January 4

EXPLAINER: Should vaccine volunteers now get the real thing?
KIRO7, featuring Susan Ellenberg, January 1

How race factors into decisions about who should get priority for COVID-19 vaccines
Los Angeles Times, featuring Harald Schmidt, December 30

When ‘the American Way’ Met the Coronavirus
The New York Times, featuring Rachel Werner, December 29

You're more likely to die of COVID if your hospital is crowded and stressed: Researchers
USA Today, written by David Asch and Rachel Werner, December 28

Why India's V-Shaped Economic Recovery Falls Short
Qrius, featuring Heather Schofield, December 28

Experts Outline 5 Ways To Promote the COVID-19 Vaccine
VeryWellHealth, featuring Alison Buttenheim and Kevin Volpp, December 23

The Vaccine Is Here—Now, We Must Distribute It Fairly
The Nation, featuring Harald Schmidt, December 23

Hospitals in the Northeast have the WORST COVID survival rate and medical centers in counties with more virus cases have higher deaths, study finds
Daily Mail, featuring David Asch, December 22

Have doubts about getting the COVID-19 vaccine? Here are some FAQs
WHYY, featuring Steve Joffe, December 21

Behavioral strategies to promote a national COVID-19 vaccine program
Penn Today, featuring Kevin Volpp and Alison Buttenheim, December 21

How Healthcare Communicators Are Fighting Misinformation, Building Trust In Covid-19 Vaccines
Forbes, featuring Alison Buttenheim, December 21

Most Americans Oppose COVID Vaccine Mandates: Survey
HealthDay, featuring Emily Largent, December 18

Covid-19 is devastating communities of color. Can vaccines counter racial inequity?
Washington Post, featuring Harald Schmidt, December 18

How can the world allocate COVID-19 vaccines fairly?
Penn Today, featuring Harald Schmidt, Alison Buttenheim, Steve Joffe, Matthew McCoy, December 17

Experts propose steps to promote, distribute COVID vaccine
CIDRAP, featuring Kevin Volpp and Alison Buttenheim, December 15

CDC “vulnerability index” can help states determine distribution of COVID-19 vaccines
Marketplace, featuring Harald Schmidt, December 15

Why Paying People to Be Vaccinated Could Backfire
New York Times, featuring Kevin Volpp, December 14

As Americans die by the thousands, Trump cronies cut in line for coronavirus treatments and vaccines
Washington Post, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, December 14

Wear a sticker saying you got the COVID-19 vaccine? The CDC thinks it could help
ABC News, featuring Katy Milkman, December 14

Now that there's a coronavirus vaccine, how do you persuade people to take it?
Washington Post, featuring Katy Milkman, December 12

Five things to know about the emergency use authorization for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine
PennToday, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, December 11

In the rush to roll out vaccines, commitment to social and racial justice must not fall by the wayside
Boston Globe, featuring Harald Schmidt, December 8

Vaccine rollout could ease crisis, but who gets it first?
The AP, featuring Harald Schmidt, December 3

The Line for a Coronavirus Vaccine Is Forming
The New York Times, featuring Zeke Emanuel, December 1

Indian households remain under duress with income still below pre-Covid levels — study
The Print, featuring Heather Schofield, November 27

Who Lives And Who Dies? Bursting COVID Wards Force Docs To Make Dire Decisions
TPN, featuring Harald Schmidt, November 24

Who should get the Covid-19 vaccine first? Ethicists are fiercely debating how to vaccinate billions
Vox, featuring Zeke Emanuel, November 20

Pandemics And Overdoses: Covid-19 May Worsen Our Opioid Epidemic
Forbes, featuring Atheendar Venkataramani, November 19

Don't let COVID fatigue trick you': How to survive winter as the pandemic rages on
MarketWatch, featuring Alison Buttenheim, November 17

Moderna, Pfizer Covid Trial Placebo Recipients Want Real Vaccine
Bloomberg Law, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, November 16

What's next for the Pfizer vaccine?
Yahoo, featuring Susan Ellenberg, November 12

Pfizer’s Vaccine Announcement Was Always Going To Be Political
FiveThirtyEight, featuring Susan Ellenberg, November 10

The Covid Vaccine Cavalry
Wall Street Journal, featuring Zeke Emanuel, November 9

COVID-19 vaccine strategy should address systemic racism, bioethicists say
The Star, featuring Harald Schmidt, November 6

Biden plans for Covid task force during transition
Politico, featuring Zeke Emanuel, November 3

Showtime's 'Citizen Bio' takes a deep dive into the Wild West of biohackers' medical vigilantism
SYFY, featuring Anna Wexler, November 3

Will the Hardest-Hit Communities Get the Coronavirus Vaccine?
The New York Times, Harald Schmidt, October 30

What Is Biden's Coronavirus Response Plan?
NPR, featuring Zeke Emanuel, October 28

Once a COVID-19 vaccine is here, there will be a new challenge: Convincing people it's safe
Philadelphia Inquirer, featuring Alison Buttenheim, October 24

Dr. Zeke Emanuel: 'Herd immunity is a not a strategy, it's the absence of a strategy'
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, October 23

Blood plasma showed no benefit in Covid-19 patients in trial — a finding that could re-energize debate
STAT, Susan Ellenberg, October 22

Covid cases increase across US as upper midwest sees rapid rise
The Guardian, featuring Zeke Emanuel, October 22

The FDA's Role In A COVID-19 Vaccine
NPR, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, October 21

INTERVIEW: Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel On President Trump & Dr. Anthony Fauci
KSRO, featuring Zeke Emanuel, October 20

The West Gets Real About Covid
Wall Street Journal, featuring Zeke Emanuel, October 16

U.S. Virus-Death Rate Is World’s Worst Among Developed Nations
Bloomberg, featuring Zeke Emanuel, October 12

Penn Med experts question Trump's COVID-19 treatment plan and his downplaying of virus
The Daily Pennsylvanian, featuring Dom Sisti, October 11

Pfizer trying to defuse critics amid push for vaccine before Election Day
Politico, featuring Zeke Emanuel, October 9

Ethicists say Trump special treatment raises fairness issues
The AP, featuring Steve Joffe, October 7

Coronavirus | Donald Trump, likely still contagious, back at White House
The Hindu, featuring Harald Schmidt, October 6

A Bioethicist on Trump’s COVID-19 Treatment Plan
Intelligencer, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, October 6

Don’t Be Afraid of Covid,’ Trump Says, Undermining Public Health Messages
New York Times, featuring Harald Schmidt, October 5

Trump’s Physician Says the President’s Oxygen Levels Dropped and He Took Steroid Treatment
New York Times, featuring Zeke Emanuel, October 5

5 Things to Know About a COVID Vaccine: It Won’t Be a ‘Magic Wand’
Kaiser Health News, featuring Zeke Emanuel, October 5

POLITICO Playbook: Washington in the dark
Politico, featuring Zeke Emanuel, October 5

Why Trump’s testing strategy failed him
Politico, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, October 3

The secretive group at the center of the nation's largest vaccine trials
CNN, featuring Susan Ellenberg, October 3

President Trump tests positive for COVID-19
WHYY Radio Times, featuring Zeke Emanuel, October 2

Children will not likely see a coronavirus vaccine until late 2021: Experts
ABC, featuring Steve Joffe, October 2

Trump Has COVID-19. These Are The Health Risks He Could Face.
Buzzfeed News, featuring Zeke Emanuel, October 2

Coronavirus update: Trump being treated with Gilead's remdesivir at Walter Reed hospital
Yahoo, featuring Zeke Emanuel, October 2

Apparently rapid progression of Trump's illness raises concerns among experts
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, October 2

Dr. Zeke Emanuel: Trump's travel to New Jersey seemed 'irresponsible and totally unethical'
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, October 2

Trump's Vax Promises Unrealistic, Liberals Charge
Medpage Today, featuring Zeke Emanuel, September 25

Secret, powerful panels will pick Covid-19 vaccine winners
NBC, featuring Susan Ellenberg, September 24

Who should get the Covid-19 vaccine first? The equality vs. equity debate, explained
Vox, featuring Zeke Emanuel, September 23

Should front-line medical workers get the coronavirus vaccine first? Not necessarily
CNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, September 23

Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel Talks to Healthline About Biden’s COVID-19 Task Force
Healthline, featuring Zeke Emanuel, September 23

Updated: The micro-cap that tapped a mask-skeptic congressman for their Covid DSMB is applying for an EUA. Their evidence? 21 patients
Endpoint News, featuring Susan Ellenberg, September 23

Dr. Zeke Emanuel: CDC is 'being squelched by political considerations'
NBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, September 23

Thousands of American Troops to Take Part in Covid-19 Early-Detection Study
Wall Street Journal, featuring Jonathan Moreno, September 22

FDA poised to announce tougher standards for a covid-19 vaccine that make it unlikely one will be cleared by Election Day
Washington Post, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, September 22

COVID Crisis: Balancing Health Care and Economic Policy
Knowledge@Wharton, featuring Guy David, September 22

Can in-person voting be made safe enough during the coronavirus pandemic? Yes
Boston Globe, featuring Zeke Emanuel, September 21

WHO unveils global plan to fairly distribute COVID-19 vaccine, but challenges await
Science, featuring Zeke Emanuel, September 21

Can We Trust A COVID-19 Vaccine That Gets Approved?
FiveThirtyEight, featuring Susan Ellenberg, September 19

Mask skeptic lawmaker takes on side gig overseeing drug company trial
Politico, featuring Susan Ellenberg, September 17

Democrats scramble to soothe voter fears about in-person voting ahead of November election
CNN, featuring Zeke Emanuel, September 17

Pandemic isolation has killed thousands of Alzheimer’s patients while families watch from afar
The Washington Post, featuring Jason Karlawish, September 16

Here's how Joe Biden would combat the pandemic if he wins the election
The Washington Post, featuring Zeke Emanuel, September 11

‘Everyone was left to guess what went wrong’: An open letter to AstraZeneca’s CEO on transparency
STAT, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, September 9

Start-up soars providing in-home health care, testing in time of COVID-19
Bloomberg, featuring Julian Harris, September 9

Dr. Zeke Emanuel reacts to Woodward book: Trump 'decided to play ostrich and bury his head in the sand'
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, September 9

Why the AstraZeneca trial for a coronavaccine was put on hold
Washington Post, featuring Susan Ellenberg, September 9

With health care a top issue for voters, what do Biden and Trump propose?
PBS NewsHour, featuring Zeke Emanuel, September 8

Using PennOpen Pass for the early detection of COVID-19
Penn Today, featuring Kevin Volpp, September 4

What is the best way to share out a future Covid-19 vaccine?
Bangkok Post, featuring Zeke Emanuel, September 4

What is the best way to share out a future COVID-19 vaccine?
Agence France-Press, featuring Zeke Emanuel, September 4

Expert Reveals How the COVID-19 Pandemic Shows the Need for Greater Efficiencies in U.S. Healthcare Delivery
Card Rates, featuring Amol Navathe, September 4

How to Decide Who Should Get a COVID-19 Vaccine First
Scientific American, featuring Zeke Emanuel, September 3

Why America's "unconscionable" vaccine choice could delay the pandemic's end
Inverse, featuring Zeke Emanuel, September 3

We've not been the leader that we should be' on the coronavirus: Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel
Yahoo, featuring Zeke Emanuel, September 1

Trump has launched an all-out attack on the FDA. Will its scientific integrity survive?
STAT, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, August 27

Should nursing homes be abolished as coronavirus exposes their fatal flaws?
The Philadelphia Inquirer, written by Rachel Werner, Allison Hoffman, Norma Coe, August 26

Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel: “Bottleneck” issues ahead for COVID-19 vaccine
AMA, featuring Zeke Emanuel, August 26

6 feet may not always be enough distance to protect from COVID-19, new report suggests
NBC News, featuring Zeke Emanuel, August 26

It’s time to start testing potential covid-19 vaccines on children
The Washington Post, written by Steven Joffe, August 25

Mistrust Your Memory
SLATE, featuring Katy Milkman, August 24

Zeke Emanuel on the path to a vaccine (and why it's much harder than you think)
Radio Advisory, featuring Zeke Emanuel, August 24

Ezekiel Emanuel outlines approach he'd take for distributing initial doses of COVID-19 vaccine
Fierce Healthcare, featuring Zeke Emanuel, August 19

POWER PLAYERS: The 25 people to watch for how Joe Biden and Kamala Harris could transform healthcare
Business Outsider, featuring Zeke Emanuel, August 19

Who Will Get the COVID-19 Vaccine First?
Complex, featuring Harald Schmidt, August 19

Iranian, American health experts share coronavirus experiences in rare talk
Penn Today, featuring Jonathan Moreno, August 18

More Americans Go Hungry Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Census Shows
Wall Street Journal, featuing Atheendar Venkataramani, August 16

How the Pandemic Has Changed Us Already
The Atlantic, featuring Katy Milkman, August 15

A Fake Shot May Be Your Ticket to the Front of the Vaccine Line
Bloomberg Law, featuring Harald Schmidt, August 14

Nursing Home Families Yearn to Visit Loved Ones Again
The New York Times, featuring Jason Karlawish, August 14

Long Island startup to test COVID-19 vaccine on humans
Newsday, featuring Emily Largent, August 13

ASK AN EXPERT: How Will The COVID-19 Vaccine Work?
KCBS, featuring Susan Ellenberg, August 12

In the shadow of Covid-19, mental health help can't come soon enough
CNN, written by Zeke Emanuel et al, August 12

Defense Department should avoid a rush to vaccinate
The Hill, featuring Jonathan Moreno, August 12

Once US healthcare workers get a coronavirus vaccine, who will be next?
Quartz, featuring Harald Schmidt, August 12

Should You Get The COVID-19 Vaccine As Soon As It's Available?
KCBS, featuring Susan Ellenberg, August 12

COVID19 Long Term Mental Health Care with Dr. Rinad Beidas
WMMR, featuring Rinad Beidas, August 11

NIH chief says politically motivated approval of coronavirus vaccine 'cannot happen'
CNN, featuring Zeke Emanuel, August 11

Podding the Bubble - Part 3: Will the NBA Bubble Burst?
Sports Illustrated, featuring Zeke Emanuel, August 10

Is the Coronavirus Pandemic Accelerating Bioethics Nationalism?
The Hastings Center, written by Jonathan Moreno, August 9

Are You a Candidate for Donald Trump's Coronavirus Vaccine?
National Interest, featuring Harald Schmidt, August 8

Health officials ramp up effort to convince public that vaccine decisions will be based on science, not politics
Washington Post, featuring Steven Joffe, August 7

Another COVID inequity: Low-income and rural communities lack access to ICU beds
Philadelphia Inquirer, Genevieve Kanter, August 5

Why 'Transport to the Nearest Hospital' Protocol Doesn't Work in a Pandemic
Well+Good, featuring Genevieve Kanter, August 4

Nearly half of low-income communities have no ICU beds in their area
STAT, featuring Genevieve Kanter, August 3

Federal unemployment benefit lapse will hurt healthcare workforce
Modern Healthcare, featuring Atheendar Venkataramani, August

COVID-19 Is Proof of Just How Socially Determined Health Is
VICE, featuring Atheendar Venkataramani, August 3

Who should get the Covid-19 vaccine first? It's way trickier than you might think
CNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, August 1

What the government must do to successfully administer a covid-19 vaccine
Washington Post, written by Zeke Emanuel et al, July 31

The $600 unemployment boost has ended. What’s next?
CNBC, featuring Atheendar Venkataramani, July 31

Law and Bioethics COVID-19 Series Session 1: Nursing and the Law w/ Prof Emily Largent, PhD, JD, RN
Nursing and the Law, featuring Emily Largent, July 25

Liberal group warns that the US is unprepared to distribute a Covid-19 vaccine
STAT, featuring Zeke Emanuel, July 28

Boosting the promise — and reining in the peril — of Covid-19 preprints
STAT, written by Jonathan Moreno, July 28

Who will get the first shot when the coronavirus vaccine arrives?
The Philadelphia Inquirer, featuing Harald Schmidt, July 28

Barring visitors from hospitals can worsen patient care during COVID | Expert Opinion
The Philadelphia Inquirer, written by Amol Navathe, July 27

Prioritizing Equitable Distribution of a Vaccine
BBC, featuring Harald Schmidt, July

To Navigate Risk In a Pandemic, You Need a Color-Coded Chart
Wired, featuring Zeke Emanuel, July 21

Overcoming Psychological Biases Is the Best Treatment against COVID-19 Yet
Scientific American, featuring Scott Halpern, July 20

Is It a Problem That Sports Gets Fast Test Results and You Don’t?
The Wall Street Journal, featuring Zeke Emanuel, July 16

What COVID-19 pandemic teaches us about human behavior
CNY Central, featuring Alison Buttenheim, July 15

A Return to 'Normal': How Long Will the Pandemic Last?
Knowledge@Wharton, featuring Zeke Emanuel, July 14

Continued bans on nursing home visitors are unhealthy and unethical
Washington Post, written by Jason Karlawish et al, July 13

WHO struggles to prove itself in the face of Covid-19
Financial Times, featuring Jennifer Prah Ruger, July 12

Here's what six Penn public health experts said about the fall semester
Daily Pennsylvanian, featuring Susan Ellenberg, July 12

Health expert Zeke Emanuel says 250,000 Americans could die of COVID by end of year
CBS News, featuring Zeke Emanuel, July 10

Touting criticized study, White House presses FDA to authorize hydroxychloroquine — again
The Washington Post, featuring Steve Joffe, July 10

Trump GOP caught in COVID hypocrisy: TX official tells voters to gather in person for his 'virtual' speech
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, July 9

Who Gets a Vaccine First? U.S. Considers Race in Coronavirus Plans
The New York Times, featuring Harald Schmidt, July 9

Experts Fear The Current Surge In US COVID-19 Cases Could Cause A Rise In Deaths
Buzzfeed, featuring Zeke Emanuel, June 30

Learning from Taiwan about responding to Covid-19 — and using electronic health records
STAT, written by Zeke Emanuel, Cathy Zhang, and Aaron Glickman, June 30

The line is forming for a COVID-19 vaccine. Who should be at the front?
Science, featuring Zeke Emanuel, June 29

The lessons Canada can take from the U.S.'s mishandling of COVID-19
CBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, June 27

The pandemic isn't over yet, despite vaccine optimism
Axios, featuring Zeke Emanuel, June 24

Preparing For The Next COVID-19 Crisis: A Strategy To Save Safety-Net Hospitals
Health Affairs, written by Peter Reese et al, June 22

Social Media’s ‘Infodemic’
WHYY The Pulse, featuring Dominic Sisti and Alison Buttenheim, June 19

Many Day Camps Are Choosing To Reopen, But Should Your Child Attend?
Delaware Public Media, featuring Zeke Emanuel, June 18

Listen: The latest on treating Covid-19, vaccine politics, and diversifying genetics
STAT, featuring Zeke Emanuel, June 18

10 states are seeing their highest average of daily new Covid-19 cases since the pandemic started
CNN, featuring Zeke Emanuel, June 17

Pandemic Ethics
All Sides with Ann Fisher, featuring Dominic Sisti, June 17

Dr. Zeke Emanuel says virus deaths could ‘pretty reliably’ double by year’s end if public health measures are ignored
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, June 16

Can contact tracing stop the spread of COVID-19?
Penn Today, featuring Kevin Volpp, June 15

White House pressure for a vaccine raises risk the U.S. will approve one that doesn’t work
Politico, featuring Zeke Emanuel, June 15

Researchers analyze ethics of allocating medical resources in COVID-19
Penn Today, featuring Emily Largent and Jason Karlawish, June 12

Covid shows America its new political colors
Politico, featuring Zeke Emanuel, June 12

PM offers India sharing of successful cash transfer programme to counter COVID-19 fallout
Associated Press of Pakistan, featuring Heather Schofield, June 11

WHO raises questions over asymptomatic spread
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, June 9

Penn Healthcare Expert Dr. Zeke Emanuel on When We'll See a COVID-19 Vaccine
Philadelphia Magazine, featuring Zeke Emanuel, June 9

When coronavirus vaccine is released, there won't be enough to go around. Who will get it first?
ABC, featuring Jonathan Moreno, June 9

Fixing the health care system: lessons from the pandemic
WHYY, featuring Zeke Emanuel, June 9

Could Trump Turn a Vaccine Into a Campaign Stunt?
New York Times, by Zeke Emanuel et al, June 8

Developing a COVID-19 vaccine is just half the battle — you have to get Americans to take it
USA Today, written by Katherine Milkman et al, June 5

1 in 4 Wisconsin nursing homes hit by COVID-19, data show. One facility reports 57 deaths.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, featuring Rachel Werner, June 4

Ezekiel Emanuel on the steps to reopen states safely
McKinsey, featuring Zeke Emanuel, June 4

Researchers retract study that found big risks in using hydroxychloroquine to treat Covid-19
The Washington Post, featuring Steve Joffe, June 4

Is It Safe Yet To Get Your Physical Or A Dental Checkup?
NPR, featuring David Asch, June 3

‘People probably aren’t going to react kindly or openly to being policed’: How to deal with someone who refuses wear a face mask
MarketWatch, featuring Zeke Emanuel, June 2

Before Deliberately Infecting People With Coronavirus, Be Sure It’s Worth It
The New York Times, written by Holly Fernandez Lynch et al, June 2

The FDA should not rush a covid-19 vaccine
The Washington Post, written by Steve Joffe and Holly Fernandez Lynch, June 2

Scientists Question Data, Ethics, Findings of Lancet HCQ Study
Medscape, featuring Susan Ellenberg, June 1

COVID-19 Takes Heavy Toll On People With Dementia — Even Those Who Survive
WBUR, featuring Jason Karlawish, May 29

Understanding Coronavirus Research
AARP, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, May 29

Administration initially dispensed scarce covid-19 drug to some hospitals that didn’t need it
The Washington Post, featuring Steve Joffe, May 28

Higher Death Rates Found Among Cancer Patients With Covid-19
The Wall Street Journal, featuring Justin Bekelman, May 28

Philly Mag Announces Special Virtual ThinkFest
Philadelphia Magazine, featuring Zeke Emanuel, May 27

Protests, masks and public health: where do my rights end and yours begin?
WHYY Radio Times, featuring Dominic Sisti, May 27

Cancel Sleepaway Camp
New York Times, written by Jill Baren et al, May 27

Penn study finds political beliefs affect how Americans follow distancing guidelines
Daily Pennsylvanian, featuring Harsha Thirumurthy, May 25

Fact-checking virus impact on children ahead of summer
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, May 25

Saving the economy means reopening wisely and changing minds
The Philadelphia Inquirer, written by Amol Navathe et al, May 23

Going to the hospital with COVID-19 symptoms can be a tough call. This Penn text program makes it easier
Philadelphia Inquirer, featuring David Asch, May 22

Scientists Say That Yes, You Can Have Fun This Summer. Just Do It Outside
Bloomberg, featuring Zeke Emanuel, May 22

Summer Is Approaching. Bring Camp Back.
The Atlantic, written by Zeke Emanuel, Aaron Glickman, et al, May 22

Should coronavirus lockdown protesters waive their medical care? Some medical ethicists think so.
The Philadelphia Inquirer, featuring Dominic Sisti and Emily Largent, May 22

The coronavirus pandemic is playing out behind hospital walls. On social media, these doctors and nurses give a peek into the front lines.
The Philadelphia Inquirer, featuring Steve Joffe, May 22

Dr. Zeke Emanuel: 'it does look like a vaccine is possible in principle'
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, May 21

WHO Focus Widened to Reflect Health Needs
Wall Street Journal, written by Cara Kiernan Fallon, May 20

Why we make better money decisions during a crisis
Fast Company, featuring Mark Pauly, May 20

‘Give People Some Clear Advice Locally’: Philadelphia To Have Own Reopening Recommendations As CDC Puts Out Roadmap
CBS Philly, featuring Zeke Emanuel, May 20

For Cancer Patients, Anguish Grows Over Deferred Surgery As Risk Rises
88.5, featuring Ravi Parikh, May 19

CEO tapped by Trump to make generic drugs during pandemic has a dicey track record
STAT, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, May 19

How Virus Data Can Mislead
The New York Times, featuring Zeke Emanuel, May 18

Flashpoint: When they reopen, will people show up?
KYW, featuring Jill Baren, May 17

Why we need a strategic national stockpile for PPE
The Philadelphia Inquirer, written by Kevin Volpp et al, May 15

The CDC is a national treasure. Why is it being sidelined?
CNN, written by Jennifer Prah Ruger, May 15

Why millions of Americans are losing health coverage during COVID-19 pandemic
CBC Canada, featuring Zeke Emanual, May 15

Dallas County Judge: Sustainable recovery means 'not opening too soon'
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, May 15

A metrics-obsessed White House struggles to define success on coronavirus
Politico, featuring Zeke Emanuel, May 14

A Conversation about COVID-19 with Biostatisticians and Epidemiologists
HDSR, featuring Susan Ellenberg, May 14

Commissioner Rob Manfred outlines MLB’s coronavirus testing plan
Philadelphia Inquirer, featuring Zeke Emanuel, May 14

Dozens of coronavirus drugs are in development — what happens next?
Nature, featuring Zeke Emanuel, May 14

Over 80% of Indian Homes Lost Income in Lockdown, Study Says
Bloomberg Technology, featuring Heather Schofield, May 14

Over one-third of Indian households may run out of resources in another week: CMIE Survey
Economic Times, featuring Heather Schofield, May 13

They’re Working In Healthcare During A Pandemic. They Don’t Get Health Insurance.
Buzzfeed, featuring Atheendar Venkataramani, May 13

Indians are getting complacent about Covid-19 — just what the virus wants
The Print, featuring Heather Schofield, May 13

How Indian households are coping under COVID-19 lockdown
One India, featuring Heather Schofield, May 13

MLB presents initial return-to-play proposal to players' union
Philadelphia Inquirer, featuring Ezekiel Emanuel, May 12

Ezekiel Emanuel: 'Immunity passports' could help open economy, but science still needed
FierceHealthcare, featuring Ezekiel Emanuel, May 12

Virus Vaccine Trial for Children Mulled in Push to Open Country
Bloomberg Law, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, May 12

Remdesivir Rollout Hampered by Lack of Guidance for Doctors
Financial Times, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, May

Lockdown protesters have a moral duty to forgo medical care in favor of those who followed the rules
Penn Live, written by Dominic Sisti, Emily Largent, et al, May 11

Opening schools might be safer than you think
Washington Post, featuring Ezekiel Emanuel, May 11

How will COVID-19 change the music industry?
Vogue India, featuring Ezekiel Emanuel, May 9

Psychologist: 'Each person is suffering in their own way'
Yahoo News, featuring Angela Duckworth and Zeke Emanuel, May 8

Regulators would consider releasing an unapproved coronavirus vaccine
Quartz, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, May 8

Working group provides framework that supports controlled human infection trial for COVID-19
Healio, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, May 7

Ensuring People with Disabilities Aren't a COVID-19 Afterthought
Patch, featuring Dom Sisti, May 7

Baseball's back in South Korea. What does it mean, if anything, for MLB’s chances of playing a season?
Philadelphia Inquirer, featuring Zeke Emanuel, May 7

Once Lockdown Lifts, Will The Music Industry Be Changed Forever?
British Vogue, featuring Zeke Emanuel, May 7

How will COVID-19 leave its mark on health care?
KCRW, featuring Amol Navathe, May 7

What’s Going to Happen to Junior, Now That His Mother Is Dead?
The New York Times, featuring Dom Sisti, May 7

When Is the Best Time to Reopen Philadelphia?
Philadelphia Magazine, featuring Alison Buttenheim, May 6

Transcript: Leadership During Crisis: A Conversation with Dr. Scott Gottlieb and Dr. Zeke Emanuel
Washington Post, featuring Zeke Emanuel, May 6

The World Health Organization can be reformed
Financial Times, written by Jennifer Prah Ruger, May 6

When Is the Best Time to Reopen Philadelphia?
Phillymag, featuring Alison Buttenheim, May 6

Unprecedented rush to find COVID-19 vaccine
Good Morning America, featuring Susan Ellenberg, May 6

Will challenge trials give us a safe coronavirus vaccine faster?
Quartz, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, May 6

This Drug May Cause Birth Defects. Japan's Pushing It for Coronavirus.
New York Times, featuring Susan Ellenberg, May 5

This Drug May Cause Birth Defects. Japan’s Pushing It for Coronavirus
New York Times, featuring Susan Ellenberg, May 5

Experts provide guidance on models showing spikes in virus cases and deaths
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, May 5

Missouri Is the First State to Allow People to Attend Live Events During the Pandemic
Men's Health, featuring Zeke Emanuel, May 3

Amid test supply shortage, most academic labs go unused
MSNBC, interview by Zeke Emanuel, May 2

Trump uses Defense Protection Act to order meat plants stay open
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, May 2

The death rate from coronavirus is lower than we think. That’s bad news.
The Philadelphia Inquirer, written by Mark V. Pauly, May 2

FDA authorizes emergency use of coronavirus drug remdesivir
Politico, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, May 1

Outbreaks and Epidemics: The Role of Public Health
WHYY, featuring Alison Buttenheim, May 1

Preparing to Go Back to the Bedside During COVID-19: A Nurse-Turned-Bioethicist Reflects
Petrie-Flom Center, written by Emily Largent, April 30

How Should We Allocate Scarce Medical Resources?
Harvard Business Review, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 29

As coronavirus shut down support systems, the struggles of dementia patients and caregivers only get worse | Opinion
The Philadelphia Inquirer, written by Jason Karlawish, April 29

As society looks for a 'new normal,' is antibody testing a way forward?
Penn Today, featuring Jonathan Moreno, April 28

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Penn Medicine Doctor Believes Health Care Workers Will See Effects Of Traumatic Stress ‘Long After This Is Over’
CBS3, featuring Jill Baren, April 28

Doctor Comments On The Health Messaging Of The Trump Administration
NPR, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 28

Face Mask Merch Has, Inevitably, Arrived
New York Magazine, featuring Barbara Kahn, April 28

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Penn Medicine Doctor Believes Health Care Workers Will See Effects Of Traumatic Stress ‘Long After This Is Over’
CBS Philly, featuring Jill Baren, April 28

Some Cancer Care Shifts to the Home to Reduce Coronavirus Risks
Cancer Health Treatment, featuring Justin Bekelman, April 27

Some Cancer Care Shifts to the Home to Reduce Coronavirus Risks
Cancer Health Treatment News, featuring Justin Bekelman, April 27

How Do Healthcare Providers Treat Patients Equally During the COVID-19 Pandemic?
All Inclusive, featuring Dom Sisti, April 27

UPenn Law Prof On How Public Health Policy Must Improve
Law360, featuring Eric Feldman, April 26

Bill Gates: With the right testing framework, schools could reopen in September
MSNBC, interview by Zeke Emanuel, April 24

Why Georgia Isn’t Ready to Reopen, in Charts
The New York Times, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 24

There Are More Cases Than We Thought. Is That Good News?
The New York Times, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 24

The Cold Calculations Governors Will Have to Make Before Reopening
New York Times, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 24

New White Paper Provides Triage Blueprint for COVID-19 Pandemic to Protect People with Disabilities
Social Work Helper, featuring Dom Sisti, April 24

Business and Science Are Pointing in the Same Direction
The Atlantic, written by Kevin Volpp and David Asch, April 23

As protesters swarm state capitols, much of the coronavirus backlash is coming from within
Washington Post, featuring Alison Buttenheim, April 23

How Will America Reopen? A Bioethicist Weighs In
The Aspen Institute, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 23

Here's how the NFL can still have a 2020 season
The Washington Post, written by Zeke Emanuel and Aaron Glickman, April 22

Emanuel: Wearing a mask should be as necessary as wearing a seatbelt
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 22

Dr. Zeke Emanuel: States reopening are not being consistent with the president's guidelines
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 22

'Disease knows no borders'
Penn Today, featuring Harsha Thirumurthy, April 22

Hundreds Receive Plasma From Recovered Coronavirus Patients in National Study
The Wall Street Journal, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, April 21

Everyone Wants To Know If They Already Had The Coronavirus. Some People May Be Preying On That.
Buzzfeed, featuring Steven Joffe, April 21

When Will Your State Reopen? Here's The Data Being Used To Decide
Buzzfeed News, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 20

Some Democratic PA lawmakers rebuke calls for a 'rush to reopen' in the face of COVID-19 pandemic
WTAE Pittsburgh, featuring Alison Buttenheim, April 20

Anxiety is high because of coronavirus. Here's how you can feel better
The Washington Post, written by Katy Milkman, April 20

Penn Bioethicist Zeke Emanuel on Why We Should Expect More Pandemics in the Future
Philadelphia Magazine, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 18

What Trump’s Plan to Reopen America Gets Right, and Wrong
The New York Times, written by Zeke Emanuel, April 17

Artists, live industry brace for a year without concerts: 'Is there a better place for spreading disease?'
LA Times, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 17

White House Plan For Reopening States Leaves Testing Question Unanswered
NPR, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 17

US labs need to pivot to coronavirus testing, COO of saliva test manufacturer says
CNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 16

Donald Trump: Sports Events May Restart As “Made For Television” Events Without Fans
Deadline, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 16

Emanuel: Trump halting WHO funding 'is a ludicrous decision in the middle of a pandemic'
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 15

Coronavirus threat spurs movement of cancer care into homes
The Philadelphia Inquirer, featuring Justin Bekelman, April 15

The Way We Ration Ventilators Is Biased
The New York Times, written by Harald Schmidt, April 15

Reagan-Udall Foundation launches COVID-19 treatment hub
Regulatory Focus, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, April 15

Taking Care of Patients After They Leave the Hospital
Newsmax, featuring Rachel Werner, April 14

Social media helping healthcare workers cope during COVID-19 pandemic
6ABC, featuring Steven Joffe, April 14

Will 2020 Be the Year That Medicine Was Saved?
The New York Times, featuring Zeke Emanuel and Amol S. Navathe, April 14

Doctors Concerned About Lung Damage to Coronavirus Patients from Long-Term Ventilator Use
People, featuring Scott Halpern, April 13

When Will It Be Safe To Go Back In The Water?
Connecticut Public Radio, featuring Alison Buttenheim, April 13

Researchers hopeful a coronavirus vaccine will be available next year
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 13

How To Ration Ventilators: There's A System, But It's Still Agonizing
WBUR, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 10

Scarcity of coronavirus testing, lack of demographic data could hamper Pa.'s efforts to reopen parts of the state
WHYY, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 10

Restarting America Means People Will Die. So When Do We Do It?
The New York Times, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 10

The trouble with calling health care workers ‘heroes’
Boston Globe, written by Anna Wexler, April 10

Kevin Volpp on Wharton Business Daily
Wharton, featuring Kevin G.Volpp, April 10

Penn Medicine doctor co-hosting coronavirus podcast 'Making the Call'
Philly Voice, Zeke Emanuel, April 9

You Can Forget About an Eagles Season This Year, Says Top Penn Doc Zeke Emanuel
Philadelphia Magazine, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 9

COVID 19: Google Cloud launches virtual agent support program
ITWire, featuring Kevin G. Volpp, April 9

Is the U.S. winning the war against COVID-19?
Penn Today, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 9

Doctors worry they will be forced into life-or-death decisions amid virus pandemic: "I'm not God"
CBS News, featuring Scott Halpern, April 8

In the rush to innovate for COVID-19 drugs, sound science is still essential
The Conversation, written by Holly Fernandez Lynch, April 8

Race Against Time
Powerhouse Politics, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 8

There's no wrong way to feel: The grief during the coronavirus pandemic
Today Show, featuring Rinad Beidas, April 8

Hydroxychloroquine is not proven to work against the coronavirus. Why not just try it?
The Philadelphia Inquirer, featuring Susan Ellenberg, April 7

PTSD Waiting to Happen': Bioethicist Ezekiel Emanuel on the Realities of Coronavirus Triage
New York Magazine, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 7

The coronovirus scenario that has Dr. Zeke Emanuel 'really worried'
Yahoo, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 6

Hydroxychloroquine 'not likely to be a silver bullet' for coronavirus
Yahoo, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 6

Dr. Zeke Emanuel on the return to 'normal'
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 6

Dr. Zeke Emanuel: A much higher number of deaths this week 'seems almost inevitable'
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 6

Virologist shares update on race for coronavirus treatment
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 6

Endeavor Content Launches Podcast Covering COVID-19 Pandemic ‘Making The Call’ With Dr. Zeke Emanuel & Dr. Jonathan Moreno
Deadline, featuring Zeke Emanuel and John Moreno, April 6

The dark side of ventilators: Those hooked up for long periods face difficult recoveries
The Washington Post, featuring Scott Halpern, April 6

Coronavirus ethics: Which patients get ventilators, and how will hospitals decide?
San Francisco Chronicle, featuring Scott Halpern, April 4

Five Signs of Failure
The New York Times, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 3

What We Pretend to Know About the Coronavirus Could Kill Us
The New York Times, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 3

How combating coronavirus myths can save your life
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 2

Why Are Doctors Being Let Go When We Most Need Them?
Harvard Business Review, featuring David Asch, April 2

Dr. Zeke Emanuel: 8-10 Weeks of COVID-19 Mitigation Still Needed
Newsmax, featuring Zeke Emanuel, April 1

Penn, Jefferson expand at-home cancer treatments during COVID-19 pandemic
WHYY, featuring Justin Bekelman, April 1

 

Chaotic search for coronavirus treatments reveals another shortcoming in pandemic preparation
The Washington Post

Coronavirus Funds Needed Quickly, Hospital, Medical Groups Say
Bloomberg Law, featuring Mark V. Pauly, March 31

We shouldn’t rush to use an unproven malaria drug to treat the coronavirus
STAT, March 31

Testing coronavirus survivors' blood could help reopen US
Washington Post, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 31

Dr. Emanuel: We cannot take health care workers' sense of duty for granted
Yahoo News, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 31

When Will Social Distancing Let Up?
The New York Times, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 31

How do hospitals decide which COVID-19 patients to treat first?
1210WPHT, featuring Scott Halpern. March 31

FDA Gives Emergency Authorization To Potential COVID-19 Drugs, But Doubts Remain
TPM, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, March 30

Health care workers 'feel powerless' in choosing who to treat for COVID-19
WBFO, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 30

Watch 3 Wharton profs share thoughts on COVID-19's global economic impact
Technical.ly, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 30

No, it's not public health versus the economy
Yahoo, written by Jonathan Moreno, March 30

Two new roadmaps lay out possible paths to end coronavirus lockdowns
STAT, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 29

Birds, buds and bright days: how spring can make us healthier and happier
The Guardian, featuring Katy Milkman, March 29

A lottery for ventilators? Hospitals prepare for ethical conundrums
Politico, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 27

Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel: US Could Have 100 Million Infected in Four Weeks
Newsmax, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 27

Hospitals Forced to Grapple With Life-and-Death Policies
Newsmax, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 27

Medical Meetings May Be Forever Changed
Medscape, featuring Steve Joffe, March 27

The 'patchwork' of state and local quarantines will prolong US coronavirus outbreak
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 26

Household Budgets Undergo Scrutiny Amid Uncertainty of Coronavirus Crisis
The Wall Street Journal, featuring Katy Milkman, March 26

Rationing Care Is a Surrender to Death
Wall Street Journal, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 26

Physicians facing coronavirus: ‘This is a war. We are soldiers.’
Philadelphia Inquirer, written by Ravi Parikh, March 26

Hospitals Need Cash. Health Insurers Have It.
Harvard Business Review, written by David A. Asch, March 25

As coronavirus pandemic surges, hospitals prepare for grim possibility of 'ventilator triage'
ABC News, featuring Scott Halpern, March 25

Insurers should transfer premium dollars to hospitals on front lines of pandemic, scholars argue
Becker's Hospital Review, featuring David Asch, March 25

Coronavirus inspires divergent messages and misinformation
AXIOS, featuring Jonathan Moreno, March 24

Who Should Be Saved First? Experts Offer Ethical Guidance
The New York Times, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 24

Dr. Zeke Emanuel warns against the consequences of 're-opening the country' prematurely
Yahoo News, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 24

Trump fact-checked by top doctor: Virus cases rising for weeks to come
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 23

Fourteen Days. That’s the Most Time We Have to Defeat Coronavirus.
The New York Times, written by Zeke Emanuel, March 23

Hospitals trying to figure out how they would ration ventilators as coronavirus cases rise in New York
ABC, featuring Scott Halpern, March 23

Doctor criticizes Sen. Paul for not self-quarantining
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 23

Investors Bet Billions on Virtual Doctor Visits Before Virus Fueled a Boom
Bloomberg, featuring Shivan Mehta, March 23

'Who lives and who dies': In worst-case coronavirus scenario, ethics guide choices on who gets care
USA Today, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 22

Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel: Social Distancing Will Last Months, Not Weeks
NewsMax, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 20

Coronavirus ‘roller coaster’ will last months, not weeks, experts predict
The Philadelphia Inquirer, featuring Zeke Emanuel and Susan Ellenberg, March 19

Why Can the Utah Jazz Get Coronavirus Testing, But I Can't?
TIME, Kevin Volpp, March 19

'Bad advice from the president': Trump touts unproven coronavirus drugs
Politico, featuring Holly Fernandez Lynch, March 19

The coronavirus is here to stay, so what happens next?
The New York Times, written by Zeke Emanuel and Susan Ellenberg, March 17

The military should be mobilized for the coronavirus pandemic
Yahoo, written by Jonathan Moreno, March 17

Concerns of subsequent surges cloud long term view of coronavirus spread in U.S.
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 17

Penn Medicine released a digital tool to help hospitals with COVID-19 capacity planning
Technically Philly, featuring Michael Becker, March 17

U.S. Health Care System Steps Up To Fight Coronavirus Outbreak
NPR, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 17

US Health Care System Steps Up To Fight Coronavirus Outbreak
WBUR, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 17

What does breakdown in the hospitals look like?
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 16

The best thing everyday Americans can do to fight coronavirus? #StayHome, save lives
USA Today, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 15

Dr. Zeke Emanuel: The further spread of coronavirus has to be prevented by social distancing
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 13

Medical experts answer your questions about coronavirus
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 13

The government should pay Americans to take coronavirus tests. Here’s why.
The Philadelphia Inquirer, written by Mark V. Pauly, March 13

How the coronavirus may force doctors to decide who can live and who dies
The New York Times, written by Zeke Emanuel, March 12

Wharton business school is using the coronavirus pandemic as a learning opportunity
CNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 12

Coping with coronavirus anxiety
WHYY RadioTimes, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 12

4 Recommendations for Dealing With the Coronavirus from a Public Health Dream Team
Mother Jones, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 10

Doctors working while sick is bad enough in ordinary times. During the Covid-19 outbreak it could be catastrophic
STAT, written by Steven Joffee, March 9

Trump pushing for a coronavirus vaccine, but concerns over cost have risen
MSNBC, featuring Zeke Emanuel, March 5

Preparing for the Coronavirus
WHYY, featuring Zeke Emanuel. March 3

The Psychology of Coronavirus vs. Climate Change: Why We Mobilize for One, Not the Other
WTTW, featuring Katy Milkman, March 2

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