Amid COVID-19, the Prognosis for Press Freedom is Dim. Here are 10 Symptoms to Track
Journalists wearing protective gear wait near a quarantined hostel, which was closed after residents reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Kiev, Ukraine April 28, 2020. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich - RC2ODG9E61KZ
Katherine Jacobsen | CPJ
The COVID-19 pandemic has sent public health officials scrambling, the global economy into shock, and governments everywhere into crisis. It has also reshaped the way journalists work, not least because many authorities in many countries have cited the contagion as a reason to crack down on the news media.