September 28, 2020

We’re ignoring an important factor when we talk about fighting coronavirus

We're ignoring an important factor when we talk about fighting coronavirus

I’ve begun drafting this sentence dozens of times. I keep failing to finish, but this is no ordinary writer’s block.

Instead, I’m trying to find a moment of clarity as my 5-month-old screams and my attention-starved 5-year-old calls out my name. As this endless loop repeats, all I can think is: How are my husband and I, who both work full-time, going to get to the other side of the coronavirus pandemic?

I know countless others are desperate for an answer to this question. We’re waiting for Congress to pass a stimulus package that might save us from the worst recession America has seen in decades. We’re wondering when tests, masks, and ventilators will arrive at hospitals, so we might be a little less fearful of COVID-19, the official term for the disease caused by the virus. …

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