All of On Point's coronavirus-related shows, in one place.
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?
A year of COVID, economic downturns and poisonous politics. So how are you doing? Really. We discuss the pandemic's impact on collective mental health.
Did experts and leaders get the message right when the pandemic began? Are they getting it right now?
President Joe Biden's new bar for the COVID vaccine rollout: 200 million doses by summer. But what about people who hope to get the vaccine now? What can the government...
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...
"I think everyone knows someone who has COVID, or is one degree away from someone who is going through COVID."
Every minute, on average, 10 people in LA County test positive for COVID-19. Hospitals are overwhelmed. Can Los Angeles get control of the surge?
In Camden County, New Jersey, the Department of Health initiates conversations about the vaccine long before asking people to sign up for their first shots.
In 2019, historian Tim Snyder got so sick he almost died. Snyder says his hospital experience taught him about the relationship between health and liberty in the U.S.
In a year defined by the pandemic, protests and politics, we look back on 2020 with journalists from around the country.
It’s been a landmark year for science. How did the science community do it — and at what cost?
We explore the science behind the mutual benefits of kindness.
In this radio diary, we discuss the ethical complications of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The pandemic has been rife with ethical dilemmas: from patient care to vaccine distribution nationwide. We discuss how to think through the ethical implications of COVID-19.
The president of the Navajo Nation speaks with us about the current coronavirus wave in Navajo Nation and why it's much more dire than the first COVID outbreak this spring.
On Point senior editor Dorey Scheimer speaks with journalist Gerard Ryle about his two weeks of government-mandated quarantine in an Australian hotel.
At the start of the pandemic, Dr. Ala Stanford heard from her Black friends that they were not able to get coronavirus tests. She decided to change that.
David Satcher grew up in the segregated south. He went on to serve as the 16th U.S. surgeon general. We talk to him about race, health and the pandemic.