Busting Myths About Alcohol and Coronavirus

The World Health Organization issues a warning about booze

Photo: Michele Lapini

The pandemic may have shut down bars and restaurants, but it hasn’t slowed the nation’s appetite for alcohol. Sales of beer, wine, and liquor are surging, reports Vox; so much so that clinical psychologists at the University of Southern California have expressed concerns about alcohol…

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Yasmin Tayag

Yasmin Tayag

Editor, Medium Coronavirus Blog. Senior editor at Future Human by OneZero. Previously: science at Inverse, genetics at NYU.

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