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Don't Touch Your Face
On the last day of 2019, China reported an unusual outbreak in Wuhan, a port city with a population of 11 million. Within two months, the disease would spread to almost every continent on the globe and kill thousands of people. From Foreign Policy, a podcast about the extent of the COVID-19 contagion, the threat it poses, and what countries are doing to contain it. Join FP’s James Palmer and Amy Mackinnon as they track the spread of the coronavirus pandemic and explore what it means for people’s everyday lives.
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4.3 stars from 77 ratings
Anecdotal observations
It’s interesting to listen to but it is just about as far from science as one could get. The guests and hosts of the show offer mainly anecdotal evidence explaining, country infection rates. If you’re looking for some almost comic relief in your Coronavirus reporting this is not a bad choice....Read full review »
Winzheng6439 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/14/20
More I nfo in notes
Nice podcast ! Please add a bit more info to episode notes. Was frustrated not to catch the location names of Eurasian region covered in “Breakaway States and Pandemic” episode.
Eylyis via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/06/20
Amy Mackinnon and James Palmer are captivating podcast hosts with a treasure trove of knowledge. I’ve learned something new and revealing with every episode, and it's among my top go-to morning podcasts. Well done!Read full review »
FP Podcast Fan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/02/20
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