News coverage of the coronovirus this week brought about a one-year anniversary between the predecessor and further reports about vaccines and variants.
Is here A flashback for 12 months first:
March 9, 2020 One was Monday, the beginning of a new workweek. It was the day CNN started using the term Universal epidemic To describe the outbreak. Dr. Sanjay Gupta explained that day that the World Health Organization and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention had not yet taken steps, but it was necessary. “Now is the time to prepare for what can happen next” said, Previewing closed schools and canceling events.
On the same day, Fox’s Scene Hannity Accused The media of “scaring people out of living hell” and said “I see it, again, like, fuck Trump with this new travesty.”
On 10 March Cancellation accelerated. Conferences and conferences were postponed. America was in the midst of what a reporter called “Least Significant Recession.” The headline of the New York Times banner stated, “Marcus Spiral as Globe Shaders Over Weir.”
On 11 March WHO started calling it an epidemic. The US recession turned into a full-blown shutdown. Bloomberg Businessweek published a presentation cover titled “The Lost Year” by 2020 due to coronovirus. Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson Tested positive For the virus. NBA suspended Its season. President Trump gave a primetime speech and made a talk Worse.
On 12 March The front page of the New York Post stated that the world is “trembling dust”. New York Times editor Dean Baquet told his newsroom that it was the biggest story after 9/11. News outlet transferred In public service mode. The AP said that people around the world “became increasingly close to each other.” Almost every media company Postponed Almost everything.
On 13 March – Appropriately, Friday the 13th – More companies implemented work from home plans. More events were held On Hold. The stock continued to decline. The crisis heavily overwhelmed the news system. New York felt different. We were all in this together. Trump said “I don’t take responsibility at all.” A New York magazine warned: “It will get worse.”