What Makes Wuhan a Catastrophe?

A catastrophe is when a death log that took a hospital months to fill completely now takes several days; catastrophe is when a car taking bodies to a crematorium carries away body bags instead of one body at a time in a coffin. Catastrophe isn’t one person dying in your family, but an entire family perishing within a few days

Guillain–Barré, AFM, and whatever else is paralyzing healthy young people

“It’s definitely not polio, we checked” is about as definitive as it gets at the moment. This does not seem like several unrelated things, and I don’t think the CDC thinks it is either. They’re acting spooked, and they should be spooked.