As the coronavirus outbreak continues to unfold, many of us have been left with burning questions. To address some of these, hosts Ian Sample, Hannah Devlin, and Nicola Davis, as well as health editor Sarah Boseley, will take turns in bringing a question – some sent in by you – to experts on the frontline.
We will explore exactly what we do and don’t know yet, but also will highlight encouraging work that is being carried out by scientists around the world.
Share your questions
You can send us your questions by filling in the form below, anonymously if you wish. Only the Guardian will see your submissions.
We can’t promise we’ll be able to answer all of them as there’s still so much we don’t know. But we will explore as many of them as we can.
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- England coronavirus testing has not risen fast enough – science chief – The Guardian
- Coronavirus Tests Science’s Need for Speed Limits – The New York Times
- Trump Falsely Distorts New York Times COVID-19 Science Story – FactCheck.org
- This is the brightest supernova ever seen – Science Magazine
- Coronavirus Today: Science will save us – Los Angeles Times
- Italians stuck at home are measuring light pollution for ‘science on the balcony’ – TechCrunch
- ‘Oumuamua might be a shard of a broken planet – Science News
- College of Arts and Science converts thriving academic programs to departments – Vanderbilt University News