COVID-19 Sustainable Lessons 02: References

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[2] “Advice for Public.” World Health Organization, World Health Organization, 16 Mar. 2020,
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[4] “Situation Summary.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 14 Mar. 2020,

[5] “Q&A On Coronaviruses (COVID-19).” World Health Organization, World Health Organization, 15 Mar. 2020,

[6] Pearson, Catherine. “Can You Get Coronavirus Again After You’ve Already Had It?” HuffPost Canada, HuffPost Canada, 12 Mar. 2020,
[7] Chatterji, Rohini. “Coronavirus: What The WHO Pandemic Declaration Means.” HuffPost India, HuffPost India, 12 Mar. 2020,
[8] “Transmission of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 4 Mar. 2020,
[9] Cheung, Helier. “Coronavirus: Can the US Catch up on Testing?” BBC News, BBC, 13 Mar. 2020,
[10] “Novel Coronavirus (2019-NCoV) Situation Reports.” World Health Organization, World Health Organization, 15 Mar. 2020,
[11] Parker, Ceri, and Jaci Eisenberg. “’Over-Reacting Is Better than Non-Reacting’ – Academics around the World Share Their Take on Coronavirus.” World Economic Forum, 12 Mar. 2020,
[12] Duffin, Erin. “World Population by Age and Region 2019.” Statista, 20 Sept. 2019,
[13] Devlin, Hannah, and Sarah Boseley. “Coronavirus Facts: Is There a Cure and What Is the Mortality Rate of the Virus?” The Guardian, Guardian News and Media, 15 Mar. 2020,
[14] Wiles, Siouxsie. “After ‘Flatten the Curve’, We Must Now ‘Stop the Spread’. Here’s What That Means.” The Spinoff, The Spinoff, 13 Mar. 2020,
[15] Grant, Adam, and Reb Rebele. “A Trick to Stop Touching Your Face.” The Atlantic, Atlantic Media Company, 15 Mar. 2020,
[16] Derek Hawkins, Hannah Natanson. “Coronavirus Screening Causes Massive Bottlenecks at O’Hare and Other U.S. Airports.” The Washington Post, WP Company, 15 Mar. 2020,
[17] Andrew, Scottie. “The Psychology behind Why Toilet Paper, of All Things, Is the Latest Coronavirus Panic Buy.” CNN, Cable News Network, 9 Mar. 2020,
[18] Stevens, Harry. “These Simulations Show How to Flatten the Coronavirus Growth Curve.” The Washington Post, WP Company, 14 Mar. 2020,
[19] Narayanan, Charit. “Why The Coronavirus Mortality Rate Is Misleading.” Medium, Towards Data Science, 13 Mar. 2020,
[20] Narayanan, Charit. “Exploring the Coronavirus Mortality Rate.” Medium, Medium, 29 Feb. 2020,

Other Interesting References

Kirkey, Sharon. “COVID-19 Pandemic Means It’s Time for Canada to Get Serious about Aggressive Social Distancing: Experts.” National Post, 12 Mar. 2020,
Wilson, Mark. “The Story behind ‘Flatten the Curve,’ the Defining Chart of the Coronavirus.” Fast Company, Fast Company, 13 Mar. 2020,
Sheikh, Knvul, et al. “How Bad Will the Coronavirus Outbreak Get? Here Are 6 Key Factors.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 31 Jan. 2020,
Humphreys, Adrian. “What Might Our Lives Look like When Canada Is in the Full Grip of COVID-19?” National Post, 14 Mar. 2020,
“Management of Mass Fatalities: Canadian Pandemic Influenza Preparedness: Planning Guidance for the Health Sector.” Public Health Agency of Canada, Government of Canada, 15 Feb. 2018,
Hanage, William. “I’m an Epidemiologist. When I Heard about Britain’s ‘Herd Immunity’ Coronavirus Plan, I Thought It Was Satire | William Hanage.” The Guardian, Guardian News and Media, 15 Mar. 2020,
Hutchins, Aaron. “Coronavirus in Canada: Should You Shame Friends into Cancelling Their Vacations? (And 17 Other Urgent Questions).”, 14 Mar. 2020,
Grady, Denise. “How Does the Coronavirus Compare With the Flu?” The New York Times, The New York Times, 29 Feb. 2020,
Petrone, Mary, and Nathan Grubaugh. “Coronavirus Mutations: Much Ado about Nothing.” CNN, Cable News Network, 7 Mar. 2020,
Devlin, Hannah. “Could the Coronavirus Mutate If a Vaccine Can’t Be Found in Time?” The Guardian, Guardian News and Media, 10 Feb. 2020,
Barclay, Eliza, and Dylan Scott. “How Canceled Events and Self-Quarantines Save Lives, in One Chart.” Vox, Vox, 10 Mar. 2020,

[21] Elkington, John. “25 Years Ago I Coined the Phrase ‘Triple Bottom Line.” Here’s Why It’s Time to Rethink It.” Harvard Business Review, 13 Sept. 2018,



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