SOURCE: The Atlantic
Tuberculosis sanatoriums offered patients fresh air, entertainment, and socialization—for those who could afford them.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
by Elise A. Mitchell
Societies further their own destruction whenever they fail to provide anyone health care, housing, or dispensation from work because of their employment, socioeconomic, or immigration status.
SOURCE: Washington Post
Without Guidance from the Top, Americans have Been Left to Figure out Their Own Coronavirus Solutions
Big and small decisions in the mobilization fell largely to nervous parents, wary pastors, incredulous mayors and harried desk workers who waited in vain for clear guidance from federal authorities.
SOURCE: New York Daily News
by Jonathan Zimmerman
Even after health officials warned that it could spread coronavirus, Trump has kept doing it. It’s how he shows he’s the top dog.
SOURCE: Baltimore Sun
Maryland Orders Bars, Restaurants Closed; Gov. Hogan Expects Number of Coronavirus Cases to 'Dramatically and Rapidly Rise’
Gov. Larry Hogan took the unprecedented step of shutting down all Maryland bars, restaurants, movie theaters and gyms.
The Grand Princess Has Docked in California. Here’s What to Know About the History of Quarantine on Ships
by Olivia B. Waxman
Epidemiologists say that keeping sick people on a ship in an attempt to isolate disease can “amplify infections.”
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