All of On Point's coronavirus-related shows, in one place.
Sean Fruit and his wife got their vaccinations, stopped wearing masks and drove to Vegas. They caught COVID. Breakthrough cases and what they mean for the ongoing pandemic.
As the COVID-19 Delta variant spreads, vaccination rates have slowed. What’s behind the growing vaccination divide?
There’s a massive shift in employment numbers – and it has to do with people leaving their jobs. More than 4 million Americans quit their jobs in April. So what’s...
Life is moving toward normal in the U.S. But the COVID pandemic is still surging internationally. We discuss what it will take to beat the global pandemic, everywhere in the...
Online school. Virtual playdates. Video games. What does it mean for children that more and more of their world is now mediated through a screen? After the pandemic, how will...
After over a year of working in a pandemic, employees have had enough. Can work culture adjust to employee burnout?
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona wants ‘back to school’ to mean just that. But are parents and teachers on board?
The FDA issues an emergency authorization for kids and the COVID vaccine. Does the rush to vaccinate children come with a different set of risks and benefits than with adults?
The U.S. may never reach herd immunity. If that's the case, how should policymakers guide the return to normal?
Ten million doses stuck on the shelf. What we’re learning from the vaccine rollout. Answering your questions on COVID vaccines.
Variants. They're all over the news. We push beyond the headlines and answer everything you want to know about COVID variants.
New studies show that even in the midst of a pandemic that disproportionately took older lives, people over 50 were generally mentally better off. We hear why science says your...
Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman, and our favorite money ladies, Rana Foroohar and Michelle Singletary, discuss how the pandemic economy is impacting the American housing market.
The Biden administration's $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan. We talk the lesser-known parts of the plan, and who stands to benefit.
In this special web extra, Sherry Turkle walks through what we've learned about humanity and empathy over the course of the pandemic.
March 11, 2020 marks the day the WHO declared COVID-19 a pandemic. A year later, what has humanity learned about itself? We discuss humanity, empathy and the pandemic year.
Vaccine passports. We discuss their feasibility in the United States, and the trade-offs they require.
Nursing homes in crisis. Is it time to rethink how they work? We talk about alternative models for nursing homes and how to build a better long-term care system in...
New COVID variant cases are rising in the United States, waits for the vaccine are long, and most of us just want to know -- how will this pandemic end?
While some large school districts reopen for in-person learning, some say we’re not ready. Will new guidance from the CDC change the conversation?