Mods: I understand if this is one thread too many. Nuke away! No hard feelings. It seems we have some level of understanding on how to control this virus's spread. I'm not interested in discussing those measures nor their impacts. Instead, it may be interesting to have a dedicated place to talk about progress in the fight against this virus that isn't buried in hyper-political mega-threads. Hopefully this can be as apolitical as possible. To get back to anything that resembles normalcy, I think most will agree that we'll need, at minimum, a widely available treatment / cure. Then, hopefully, a vaccine can follow within a year. Some promising treatments include: Remdesivir - an Ebola drug Actemra & Kevzara - Arthritis drugs Plasma from the infected Chloroquine / Hydroxychloroquine - Malaria drug Israel's Placenta cell treatment It seems the race for a vaccine is anyone's to take. There's a lot of wisdom and knowledge on this board. I'd love to read it. Let's keep this updated with anything promising and hope this is an optimistic thread.