As countries around the world are emerging from lockdowns and cautiously returning to life as normal, it’s beginning to feel like most of the world is showing up to a post-pandemic celebration party where Americans are not invited. On today’s “Post Reports,” we ask the question: Where did the U.S. go wrong? What’s it like in places where the curve has successfully been flattened? Which countries are still struggling with covid-19? And how has the American failure in pandemic response shifted the way that the U.S. is viewed on the global stage?
The crisis that shocked the world: America’s response to the coronavirus
Beijing’s summer is more oppressive than usual, but most prefer the heat over the virus
With American tourists banned from Italy, Amalfi Coast workers are sliding into poverty
Brazil ignored the warnings. Now, while other countries fret over a second coronavirus wave, it can’t get past its first.
Today on Post Reports, we pull back the curtain on a major decision The Post made recently to change our style guide: to capitalize B for Black to identify groups that make up the African diaspora.
Friday, July 31, 2020
Understanding where the economy stands. Examining Indian matchmaking in a new Netflix reality TV show. Plus, what presidential election polls actually mean.
Tuesday, August 4, 2020