In uncertain times, facts fight fear. Count on us for the facts you need.
OPINIONNicole Carroll, USA TODAY Published 5:30 a.m. ET March 16, 2020 You’ve got questions. You need clear, fact-based answers.We’re here for you.Starting today, we’re publishing a new section in USA TODAY, “Nation’s Health,” devoted to coronavirus news, the response, the economic impact and how you can keep yourself, your family and your community safe. This is in addition to minute-by-minute coverage on USATODAY.com and all our local USA TODAY Network sites, a daily newsletter on coronavirus updates (sign up at newsletters.usatoday.com) and the ability to “follow’ the latest coverage on our app. We’re emailing the new section to subscribers of Gannett’s local news publications as well. We’ve mobilized the resources of the entire USA TODAY Network to tackle this moment, with journalists from 261 daily news operations providing crucial local news. We’ve got expert reporters and fact-checkers looking into testing, local preparedness, hospital capacity, the race for a vaccine and current treatments.We’re following the financial impact, examining regulatory solutions and tracking closures, cancellations and travel restrictions. We’re all in this together. Like you, our kids are home from school. Like you, we’re looking out for those in high-risk groups. Like you, we’re sorting out the new normal. In uncertain times, facts fight fear.Facts empower.Count on us for the facts you need.More: You asked us tons of questions about the coronavirus. We’re