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The Daily Briefing

Is America's coronavirus future 'good,' 'bad,' or 'ugly'? It's all three.

Since February, Advisory Board's Brandi Greenberg has been tracking three ways the U.S. coronavirus epidemic could end: the "good," the "bad," and the "ugly." But new data, she says, has forced her to revise her expectations about what Covid-19's future will look like—for America and for the world.

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Leapfrog grades more than 2,700 hospitals from 'A' to 'F'. How did yours fare?

The Leapfrog Group on Thursday released its Spring Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades, giving about one-third of hospitals an "A" grade—but giving more than 40% of hospitals a "C" or worse.

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Did a recent study really warn that the 6-foot-rule fails indoors? It's complicated.

A new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences attracted headlines for warning that, in some cases, maintaining six feet of distance indoors gives only a "false sense of security" against coronavirus transmission. Now, the authors are saying some observers misinterpreted their findings.

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