America loves the coronavirus

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While the rest of the world moves past the pandemic, the United States remains in a state of crisis.

There was a point in time where the events taking place in many European countries preceded those in the United States by about a week or so. Lockdowns, bar and restaurant closure, stay-at-home orders, quickly became adopted by local governments. I was extremely — naively — optimistic that the trend of being a…




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