All of On Point's coronavirus-related shows, in one place.
We discuss a COVID-19 vaccine's journey from testing to public distribution.
"We have to listen to our public health experts."
Regardless of election outcomes, one thing is certain: the coronavirus pandemic is surging.
For many health care workers, a new coronavirus spike means they’ve barely had a moment to step back fully from the first massive wave of cases this spring.
Faces of the pandemic's economic impact.
We hear from three women from around the country about what this 'shecession' means for their future.
On this week's voter roundtable, we hear from people affected by COVID-19. How do they feel about President Trump’s response to the pandemic?
From 2001 to 2020, we talk to people who were in the room when warnings were dismissed, or ignored, by the President of the United States.
President Trump's positive coronavirus diagnosis throws the country into another cycle of uncertainty.
We dig into what’s keeping couples together or breaking them apart.
We look at where the pandemic is headed in major nations such as India and Brazil.
We check in with an epidemiologist and a virologist about the latest on COVID-19 in the U.S.
What we know about the criteria for making a vaccine public.
The challenging semester for college students. We talk to campus leaders around the country.
Six months after the pandemic caused a historic number of Americans to lose their jobs, millions still haven’t gotten their unemployment benefits.
From sending our kids back to school to flying on an airplane, we’ll talk about how to make informed decisions during a pandemic.
We talk with entrepreneur and author Margaret Heffernan about how we can best survive -- and even embrace -- the chaos of a pandemic.
Are rapid COVID tests the key to regaining normalcy in the pandemic? Dr. Michael Mina lays out the path to getting our lives back.
Coronavirus outbreaks in county jails across the country. We examine the crisis in Prince George’s County, Maryland.
Without a safety net, are renters barreling toward an eviction crisis?