Donald Trump: a political determinant of covid-19

  title={Donald Trump: a political determinant of covid-19},
  author={Gavin Yamey and Gregg S. Gonsalves},
He downplayed the risk and delayed action, costing countless avertable deaths 

A Failure of Political Communication Not a Failure of Bureaucracy: The Danger of Presidential Misinformation During the COVID-19 Pandemic

To correct the dangerous path that the nation is on, the administration needs to adopt a more expert-centered approach to the crisis, and President Trump needs to practice compassion, empathy, and transparency in his communications.

The Politicized Pandemic: Ideological Polarization and the Behavioral Response to COVID-19

IZA DP No. 15032 JANUARY 2022 The Politicized Pandemic: Ideological Polarization and the Behavioral Response to COVID-19 We investigate the relationship between political attitudes and prosociality

Parasocial Relationships With President Trump as a Predictor of COVID-19 Information Seeking

As the number of COVID-19 cases climbed in the United States, President Trump came under fire for dismissing its severity despite evidence to the contrary. Those most impressionable by the

Supplementing politics-based with risk-based management in the COVID-19 outbreak

  • Kyoo‐Man Ha
  • Business
    Environmental Science and Pollution Research
  • 2021
The paper aims to comment on how to overcome politicsbased management in relation to COVID-19 by flexibly referring to risk-based management to reduce not only the physical but also the social impact of the pandemic in the international community.

Racism and the Political Economy of COVID-19: Will We Continue to Resurrect the Past?

The story of the Bronx is repeating itself, only this time with a novel virus; in order to address the root causes of inequities in cases and deaths due to COVID-19, the authors need to focus not just on restarting the economy, but on reimagining the Economy, divesting of systems rooted in racism and the devaluation of Black and Brown lives.

Not My Pandemic: Solution Aversion and the Polarized Public Perception of COVID-19

Findings from this study suggest that in addition to party elite cues, polarization in public opinions on the pandemic may also stem from solution aversion.

Partisanship Unmasked? The Role of Politics and Social Norms in COVID-19 Mask-Wearing Behavior

Public health officials have faced resistance in their efforts to promote mask-wearing to counter the spread of COVID-19. One approach to promoting behavior change is to alert people to the fact

Curating the Contemporary: A Case for National and Local COVID‐19 Collections

  • D. Spennemann
  • Sociology
    Curator : a quarterly publication of the American Museum of Natural History
  • 2021
The need for the establishment of local and national collections before items become too scarce is outlined and a sample multi‐phase collections and collections management framework is provided.

The Political Spin of Conviction: A Critical Discourse Analysis of the Origin of Covid-19

Covid-19 has flared a match of accusation between U.S. and China. Both of the nations have alleged each other for the origin of the virus and the incompetence to contain it within the respective

Institutional development and the government response to COVID-19 in China




Chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine in covid-19

Use of these drugs is premature and potentially harmful and should be avoided.

Head of global health security ousted from White House

  • Scientist
  • 2018