As Crises Linger, U.S. Hospitals Continue to Face Headwinds
The coronavirus pandemic is perhaps best depicted by the voids it carves rather than by what it yields. The disappearances of handshakes, rush hour traffic, and sellout crowds at sporting events reveal the outlines of a nation transformed.
Most important, of course, is the unfathomable loss of hundreds of thousands of lives in the U.S. to COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus.
Among the vignettes of absence the virus renders are indelible images of weary doctors and nurses, clad in ...
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