Through our ongoing fog of needing to know, of anxiety, sadness and hope, all of us are probably tossing over many questions of moral, financial, and physical importance:
How long is long enough? How long is too long? How do we balance physical health and safety with economic health
Are we about to enter another economic depression?
How much protective equipment should we wear?
How well can students and our school systems keep up with distance learning the only option? What can the community do to recognize graduating seniors who will be deprived of their big day?
How can citizens support friends, neighbors, people in nursing homes, medical staffs?
How can we support a business community that is suffering deep economic pain?
Can we trust the people around us to act with everyone’s safety in mind?
Should we open up at the end of April, as some suggest? Should social distancing be continued deep into the summer, as others recommend?
Should we be required to we...
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