Foreign affairs reporter focusing on Europe and international security Education: Sciences Po Paris, BA; Johns Hopkins University, Aitchison Public Service Fellowship in Government; King's College London, MA in terrorism, security and society Rick Noack currently covers international news from The Washington Post's Berlin bureau. Previously, he worked for The Post from Washington as an Arthur F. Burns Fellow and from Britain, Australia and New Zealand. Originally from Germany, he studied at Sciences Po Paris, Johns Hopkins University and King's College London. Foreign languages spoken: German, French
President Trump on Wednesday tried to knock down a prediction by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention head Robert Redfield that novel coronavirus vaccines will not be widely available until the middle of next year.
The scientists write that human activity appears to be a major contributing factor in the emergence of diseases, which “should force us to begin to think in earnest and collectively about living in more thoughtful and creative harmony with nature.”