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Covid 19

  1. all work no pay
    How My Queer Marriage Got Less StraightThe pandemic forced my wife and I to take a long, hard look at each other’s work.
  2. all work no pay
    ‘How the Hell Am I Supposed to Do This?’The Cut spoke to a single mother about having a newborn, losing her job, and becoming closer to her 10-year-old throughout a challenging year.
  3. all work no pay
    ‘She’s More Patient With the Kids’A married man and woman explain how they decided she’d be the one to quit her job to take care of their two children.
  4. all work no pay
    How Am I?I mean, I’m working from home while taking care of two little kids. And there’s a demon in my kitchen.
  5. all work no pay
    The Mothers Who Already LeftMy daughter’s diagnosis pushed me out of the workforce years before the pandemic.
  6. ballet
    Behold: Ballerinas, Face Masks, and ChanelThe Paris Opera Ballet gala took place virtually, but the dancers still found a way to perform.
  7. public health
    How Worried Should We Be About the Coronavirus Variants?The Cut spoke with Michael Worobey, a professor of evolutionary biology at the University of Arizona who studies the evolution of flu viruses.
  8. all work no pay
    The Breaking PointThirteen women on being driven from the workforce.
  9. all work no pay
    The Numbers Don’t Tell the Whole StoryUnemployment statistics can’t capture the full extent of what women have lost.
  10. public health
    Time to Start Double-Masking(If you haven’t already.)
  11. covid-19
    I Tried to Get a ‘Leftover Dose’ of the Vaccine Last NightHundreds of other New Yorkers did, too.
  12. capitol riot
    ‘A Superspreader Event on Top of a Domestic Terrorist Attack’There couldn’t be a clearer symbol for the deadly, idiotic cruelty of Trump and his supporters.
  13. outerwear
    One Way to Make This Winter TolerableIt involves vintage snowsuits.
  14. work
    All the Jobs Lost Last Month Reportedly Belonged to WomenAccording to a new analysis, 140,000 jobs were lost in December 2020 — all of them held by women.
  15. review
    Is This the Key to Winter Socializing?I thought maybe if I got a personal sauna, all my friends would too.
  16. covid-19
    So What’s All This About Half-Doses of the COVID Vaccine?It may sound like an appealing way to speed up vaccination, but there’s a lot we don’t know, says infectious-disease expert Dr. Paul Offit.
  17. acquiescence
    Turns Out It’s Pretty Good: TinderIn 2020, swiping feels a bit like interacting with strangers in a crowded bar.
  18. vaxxie
    Vaccine Selfies Are Going to Be EverywhereAmong health-care workers (for now), they’re the new “I Voted” selfies.
  19. acquiescence
    Turns Out It’s Pretty Good: DoomscrollingMaybe Twitter was the right platform for a year of overwhelming pain and absurdity.
  20. relationship goals
    Every Part of This ‘Jet-Ski Love Story’ Is Truly BonkersA man who couldn’t swim crossed the ocean and broke COVID protocols to go to a bar called Bordellos with his love.
  21. the cut podcast
    5 Reasons You Will Get Married on ZoomWhy a virtual wedding is the way to go, pandemic or no, on this week’s episode of The Cut.
  22. ho ho no
    A Santa May Have Exposed Children to CoronavirusAnd meanwhile, in Belgium, a St. Nick impersonator may have seeded a superspreader event at a care home.
  23. public health
    Brace Yourselves, Winter Is ComingA powerful nor’easter is due to arrive tomorrow, ahead of the dark winter public-health experts have warned about.
  24. coronavirus
    ‘I Feel Like Healing Is Coming’The surprisingly emotional experience of watching someone receive one of the first COVID-19 vaccines in the U.S.
  25. health
    The First COVID-19 Vaccines Are Going Out TodayPfizer is sending out 2.9 million doses this week.
  26. how i get it done
    How A Vaccine Whisperer Gets It DoneAs the founder of the Vaccine Confidence Project, a nonprofit monitoring and addressing public trust in vaccines, Heidi Larson has never been busier.
  27. schooled
    Panic! in the PodParents who barely knew each other are suddenly running makeshift schools together. What could go wrong?
  28. coronavirus
    The U.S. Has Recorded More Than 16 Million COVID CasesWith a coronavirus vaccine newly approved, the nation approaches 300,000 deaths.
  29. health
    Is Disney World Photoshopping Masks Onto Its Maskless Guests?It certainly looks like it.
  30. sports!
    Olympics Organizers Hell-Bent on 2021 GamesApparently there is a “real cast-iron will” to see the show go on.
  31. the cut podcast
    Would You Move Back Home? Could You?In this week’s episode of The Cut, editor-at-large Stella Bugbee talks multigenerational households.
  32. chaos agents
    Giuliani’s Star Witness Says She Has No Plans to QuarantineMellissa Carone sat right next to the attorney, days before his coronavirus hospitalization.
  33. power
    Florida Continues to Target a Top COVID-19 Data ScientistUnraveling the state’s case against Rebekah Jones, who says she was fired for refusing to manipulate coronavirus data.
  34. power
    Rudy Giuliani Hospitalized After Testing Positive for COVIDAfter returning from a trip to Arizona, Michigan, and Georgia where he largely declined to wear a mask.
  35. how i get it done
    How Elmhurst Hospital’s Chief Medical Officer Gets It DoneAt 82 years old, Dr. Jasmin Moshirpur is high-risk should she contract COVID. But she shows up to work every day, supporting her staff and patients.
  36. nope
    The White House Holiday Parties Are Off to an Incredibly Dark StartFootage from the most recent party is soundtracked by a mysterious guest coughing, hacking, and wheezing off-screen.
  37. coronavirus
    The CDC Has Relaxed Its Quarantine GuidelinesPublic-health experts believe that a shorter period will improve overall compliance.
  38. nightmare before christmas
    The White House Is Already Throwing Maskless Holiday PartiesA spokesperson says “masks will be required,” but guests were reportedly not following along on the first day of festivities.
  39. coronavirus
    Denmark’s Slaughtered Mink Are Reportedly Rising From Their GravesThe government is reportedly seeking to exhume and incinerate thousands of “zombie mink” carcasses.
  40. coronavirus
    A Nurse Bragged About Flouting COVID-19 Guidelines on TikTokAfter boasting in a video that she doesn’t wear a mask and still travels freely, the Oregon nurse has been placed on administrative leave.
  41. new york city
    Imagine Risking it All for a Party by Penn StationOver the weekend, nearly 400 people were caught reveling at an illicit party in Midtown.
  42. coronavirus
    Actually, NYC’s Public Elementary Schools Can ReopenAlbeit with a few caveats.
  43. power
    Their Patients Have COVID-19 and Still Think It’s a HoaxNurses treating coronavirus skeptics are being spit on and harassed. Many want to quit.
  44. hunger
    America’s Food Banks Are Totally Overwhelmed Right NowIt’s never been so important to donate. Here’s how.
  45. gallery
    Every Story in America, Through One NeighborhoodPhotographer Brenda Ann Kenneally shares the experience of a mother who was evicted during the pandemic.
  46. home for the holidays
    ‘Frankly, I Just Need a Change of Scenery’Six people explain why they’re still traveling for Thanksgiving.
  47. parenting
    The Children of QuarantineWhat does a year of isolation and anxiety do to a developing brain?
  48. nailed it
    Nail Salons Are in TroubleThey’ve lost half their business because of COVID-19.
  49. cruise ships
    ‘All People’ Should Avoid Cruise Ships, CDC WarnsIn case you needed a government agency to tell you.
  50. fear vs. fun
    Cops Bust 80-Person Party at a Sex Club in QueensThe illicit event was a swingers’ party organized by Caligula New York.
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