What do we know? That social distancing seems to be having an impact. What don’t we know? “Exactly how many infections there have been out there.” The New Yorker’s Isaac Chotiner talks to an epidemiologist to find out what we’ve learned about coronavirus.

+ “We reached out to infectious disease experts, aerosol scientists and microbiologists to answer reader questions about the risks of coming into contact with the virus during essential trips outside and from deliveries. While we still need to take precautions, their answers were reassuring.” NYT: Is the Virus on My Clothes? My Shoes? My Hair? My Newspaper? (That headline can be read to the tune of Dancing in the Dark, until you get to My Newspaper, but you’re not touching a newspaper anyway. You leave the dirty work to me.)