The story is changing. The world has not reopened but there is a sense it can. In this state of hopeful limbo, things don’t look the same as they did three months ago, two weeks ago, one day ago. This mini-issue of Nautilus turns its journalistic and scientific focus on the changing view outside our windows.
- A Vision of Our Post-Lockdown Future: China’s health codes allow people to resume their lives with confidence. At what cost? By Barclay Bram
- Young and Healthy and Waiting to Get Cancer: The hardest part of living with the BRCA1 gene, by Lyndsey Walsh
- No Country for Old People: The COVID-19 death rate in Sweden has exposed worldwide bias against the elderly, by Robert Bazell
This issue also includes contributions from Eli Cahan, Cody Kommers, Ian MacGregor-Fors, and Pamela Yah.