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July 11, 2021
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Uncooperative Bay County hair stylist made tracking P.1 variant in Michigan even harder

Uncooperative Bay County hair stylist made tracking P.1 variant in Michigan even harder

June 1, 2021
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By Kristen Jordan Shamus and Derek Kravitz

A dozen counties criticized OptumServe for vaccine clinic problems, documents show

A dozen counties criticized OptumServe for vaccine clinic problems, documents show

May 25, 2021
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By Caitlin Antonios and Bianca Fortis

Fentanyl Is Killing More People During the Pandemic. In Santa Clara County, Victims Are Getting Younger

Fentanyl Is Killing More People During the Pandemic. In Santa Clara County, Victims Are Getting Younger

May 24, 2021
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How much do mass vaccine clinics cost to run? Up to $400,000 a day

How much do mass vaccine clinics cost to run? Up to $400,000 a day

May 2, 2021
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CDC: Michigan taxidermist may have caught COVID-19 from infected mink

CDC: Michigan taxidermist may have caught COVID-19 from infected mink

April 29, 2021
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Inequality’s deadly toll

Inequality’s deadly toll

April 28, 2021
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Michigan was warned about British COVID-19 variant, but many ignored it

Michigan was warned about British COVID-19 variant, but many ignored it

April 18, 2021
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California's Working-Age Latinos Are Disproportionately Dying of COVID-19

California's Working-Age Latinos Are Disproportionately Dying of COVID-19

March 30, 2021
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As COVID vaccine arrives at meat, poultry plants in NC, challenges remain to help workers

As COVID vaccine arrives at meat, poultry plants in NC, challenges remain to help workers

March 26, 2021
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A year of COVID deaths: How the virus spread into every corner of Cook County

A year of COVID deaths: How the virus spread into every corner of Cook County

March 12, 2021
Chicago Sun-Times
By Kyra Senese and Eric Fan

At California pork plant, confusion and safety violations as Covid-19 spread

At California pork plant, confusion and safety violations as Covid-19 spread

March 8, 2021
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By Leah Douglas and Georgia Gee

OSHA’s Job Is Workplace Safety. In the Covid-19 Pandemic, It Often Struggled.

OSHA’s Job Is Workplace Safety. In the Covid-19 Pandemic, It Often Struggled.

March 4, 2021
The Wall Street Journal
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How Do You Get Your City A Federal Mass Vaccine Site? 'Ask Directly' And Call It A 'Pilot'

How Do You Get Your City A Federal Mass Vaccine Site? 'Ask Directly' And Call It A 'Pilot'

February 25, 2021
WWNO, New Orleans Public Radio
By Derek Kravitz

Have a case of Covid variant? No one is going to tell you

Have a case of Covid variant? No one is going to tell you

February 24, 2021
NBC News and Kaiser Health News
By Christina Jewett, JoNel Aleccia and Rachana Pradhan

Why Some States Won’t Share Race and Ethnicity Data on Vaccinations with the CDC—and Why That’s a Problem

Why Some States Won’t Share Race and Ethnicity Data on Vaccinations with the CDC—and Why That’s a Problem

February 16, 2021
The COVID Tracking Project at The Atlantic
By Caitlin Antonios, Mohar Chatterjee, Georgia Gee, Derek Kravitz and Kyra Senese

Ten months into pandemic, Rochelle Foods and Illinois health department still at odds over COVID-19

Ten months into pandemic, Rochelle Foods and Illinois health department still at odds over COVID-19

February 9, 2021
Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting
By Madison McVan and Derek Kravitz

As Biden Pushes for Racial Equity in Vaccination, Data Is Lagging

As Biden Pushes for Racial Equity in Vaccination, Data Is Lagging

February 9, 2021
The New York Times
By Sheryl Gay Stolberg

The Trump Administration told an Illinois health department to leave Rochelle Foods alone. Then a second COVID-19 outbreak struck the plant.

The Trump Administration told an Illinois health department to leave Rochelle Foods alone. Then a second COVID-19 outbreak struck the plant.

January 18, 2021
Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting
By Derek Kravitz, Georgia Gee, Madison McVan and Ignacio Calderon

One Year, 400,000 Coronavirus Deaths: How the U.S. Guaranteed Its Own Failure

One Year, 400,000 Coronavirus Deaths: How the U.S. Guaranteed Its Own Failure

January 17, 2021
The New York Times
By Sarah Mervosh, Mike Baker, Patricia Mazzei and Mark Walker

How COVID-19 'clobbered' the U.P. infecting 1,400 kids in latest surge

How COVID-19 'clobbered' the U.P. infecting 1,400 kids in latest surge

January 4, 2021
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By Tresa Baldas, Derek Kravitz and Georgia Gee

Why few farmworkers isolate in California’s free COVID-19 hotel rooms

Why few farmworkers isolate in California’s free COVID-19 hotel rooms

December 19, 2020
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By Jackie Botts, Kate Cimini and Georgia Gee

Documents show scope of Covid-19 in North Carolina meat industry

Documents show scope of Covid-19 in North Carolina meat industry

December 11, 2020
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By Leah Douglas, Georgia Gee, Derek Kravitz

Fresno County tracks COVID-19 outbreaks at workplaces. Why keep it secret?

Fresno County tracks COVID-19 outbreaks at workplaces. Why keep it secret?

December 11, 2020
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By Manuela Tobias

Scores of worker Covid deaths not reported amid US regulator's lenient approach

Scores of worker Covid deaths not reported amid US regulator's lenient approach

November 27, 2020
The Guardian and Kaiser Health News
By Aneri Pattani, Robert Lewis and Christina Jewett

More confidential Illinois outbreak reports show how COVID-19 spread over the summer

More confidential Illinois outbreak reports show how COVID-19 spread over the summer

November 23, 2020
Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting
By Georgia Gee, Derek Kravitz, Sky Chadde

The CDC chief lost his way during COVID-19. Now his agency is in the balance.

The CDC chief lost his way during COVID-19. Now his agency is in the balance.

November 11, 2020
USA TODAY
By Brett Murphy, Letitia Stein

Food system workers may get early access to a Covid-19 vaccine, but how should states prepare?

Food system workers may get early access to a Covid-19 vaccine, but how should states prepare?

November 10, 2020
Food and Environment Reporting Network
By Leah Douglas

Illinois COVID-19 Outbreak List Is So Secret Even Local Officials Aren't Told Of Cases

Illinois COVID-19 Outbreak List Is So Secret Even Local Officials Aren't Told Of Cases

October 30, 2020
NBC5 Chicago
By Phil Rogers, Katy Smyser

Illinois Keeps a Secret List of Thousands of Coronavirus Outbreaks. Now NBC 5 Has It

Illinois Keeps a Secret List of Thousands of Coronavirus Outbreaks. Now NBC 5 Has It

October 29, 2020
NBC5 Chicago
By Phil Rogers, Katy Smyser

Data: Monmouth Smithfield plant had 188 cases

Data: Monmouth Smithfield plant had 188 cases

October 13, 2020
Monmouth Daily Review Atlas
By Jane Carlson

Confidential coronavirus outbreak data shows undisclosed incidents at prisons, workplaces, schools, meatpacking plants across Illinois

Confidential coronavirus outbreak data shows undisclosed incidents at prisons, workplaces, schools, meatpacking plants across Illinois

October 7, 2020
Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting and USA Today
By Georgia Gee, Derek Kravitz, Sky Chadde

Michigan apple harvest hinges on workers staying well in pandemic

Michigan apple harvest hinges on workers staying well in pandemic

September 28, 2020
Detroit Free Press
By Susan Selasky, Angie Jackson, Georgia Gee

Virus’s unseen hot zone: The American farm

Virus’s unseen hot zone: The American farm

September 24, 2020
The Washington Post
By Laura Reiley, Beth Reinhard, Georgia Gee

In one Michigan county, almost half the COVID-19 cases are tied to farm outbreaks

In one Michigan county, almost half the COVID-19 cases are tied to farm outbreaks

September 22, 2020
Detroit Free Press
By Angie Jackson, Niraj Warikoo and Georgia Gee

Kansas reveals names of sites with COVID-19 outbreaks

Kansas reveals names of sites with COVID-19 outbreaks

September 9, 2020
Kansas Reflector
By Sherman Smith

Sent Home to Die

Sent Home to Die

September 2, 2020
ProPublica
By Annie Waldman and Joshua Kaplan

Kansas reverses course, will share locations of active COVID-19 outbreaks

Kansas reverses course, will share locations of active COVID-19 outbreaks

September 2, 2020
The Kansas City Star
By Matthew Kelly

Bayer’s rejection of quick COVID-19 testing resulted in delayed isolation for migrant workers, officials say

Bayer’s rejection of quick COVID-19 testing resulted in delayed isolation for migrant workers, officials say

August 31, 2020
Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting and Illinois Newsroom
By Sky Chadde and Christine Herman

Why Did 77 Ohio Inmates Die Of COVID-19, But Just 10 Pennsylvania Inmates?

Why Did 77 Ohio Inmates Die Of COVID-19, But Just 10 Pennsylvania Inmates?

August 21, 2020
WOSU Public Radio
By Cid Standifer and Brie Zeltner

For closed New Orleans neighborhood bars, the question isn't when they'll reopen. It's if they can.

For closed New Orleans neighborhood bars, the question isn't when they'll reopen. It's if they can.

August 21, 2020
The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate
By Ian McNulty

Georgia Gov. Reopened State While Health Care Workers Needed Millions of Masks and Gowns

Georgia Gov. Reopened State While Health Care Workers Needed Millions of Masks and Gowns

August 18, 2020
Kaiser Health News
By Rachana Pradhan and Victoria Knight

Few states release data about Covid-19 in the food system

Few states release data about Covid-19 in the food system

August 17, 2020
Food and Environment Reporting Network
By Leah Douglas

Where Louisiana stands in its 2nd coronavirus peak: Decline, but a major test is coming up

Where Louisiana stands in its 2nd coronavirus peak: Decline, but a major test is coming up

August 15, 2020
The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate
By Jeff Adelson

How NC Chose Cooperation Over Disclosure On Meatpacking Plants With Virus Outbreaks

How NC Chose Cooperation Over Disclosure On Meatpacking Plants With Virus Outbreaks

August 11, 2020
NC Watchdog Reporting Network
By Ames Alexander of the Charlotte Observer; Aaron Sánchez-Guerra, Jordan Schrader and Lucille Sherman of The News & Observer; Nick Ochsner of WBTV; Emily Featherston of WECT; Tyler Dukes of WRAL; Jason deBruyn of WUNC; and Frank Taylor of Carolina Public Press

Inside Trump’s Failure: The Rush to Abandon Leadership Role on the Virus

Inside Trump’s Failure: The Rush to Abandon Leadership Role on the Virus

July 18, 2020
The New York Times
By Michael D. Shear, Noah Weiland, Eric Lipton, Maggie Haberman and David E. Sanger

Secret document lists locations of Kansas coronavirus outbreaks. Here’s what it says

Secret document lists locations of Kansas coronavirus outbreaks. Here’s what it says

June 7, 2020
The Kansas City Star
By Jonathan Shorman, Steve Vockrodt, Matthew Kelly and Sarah Ritter

As Meatpacking Plants Reopen, Data About Worker Illness Remains Elusive

As Meatpacking Plants Reopen, Data About Worker Illness Remains Elusive

May 25, 2020
The New York Times
By Michael Corkery, David Yaffe-Bellany and Derek Kravitz

Fentanyl Is Killing More People During the Pandemic. In Santa Clara County, Victims Are Getting Younger

Fentanyl Is Killing More People During the Pandemic. In Santa Clara County, Victims Are Getting Younger

May 24, 2020
KQED
By Julie Small, Mohar Chatterjee, Kyra Senese and Eric Fan

Frustrated by Crowds, Coastal States Weigh What to Do About Beaches

Frustrated by Crowds, Coastal States Weigh What to Do About Beaches

April 30, 2020
The New York Times
By Patricia Mazzei, Shawn Hubler and Thomas Fuller

'A Terrible Price:' The Deadly Racial Disparities of Covid-19 in America

'A Terrible Price:' The Deadly Racial Disparities of Covid-19 in America

April 29, 2020
The New York Times Magazine
By Linda Villarosa

U.S. deaths soared in early weeks of pandemic, far exceeding number attributed to covid-19

U.S. deaths soared in early weeks of pandemic, far exceeding number attributed to covid-19

April 27, 2020
The Washington Post
By Emma Brown, Andrew Ba Tran, Beth Reinhard and Monica Ulmanu

Why New Orleans Pushed Ahead with Mardi Gras, Even as It Planned for Coronavirus

Why New Orleans Pushed Ahead with Mardi Gras, Even as It Planned for Coronavirus

April 13, 2020
The New York Times
By Richard Fausset and Derek Kravitz

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