The Atlantic
This is a difficult article to read because it’s about a massive failure, but it’s important to face the truth of where we are. This was especially surprising:
"Oregon, situated between the California and Washington hotspots, can test only about 40 people a day."
We have some catching up to do:
"Today, more than a week after the country’s first case of community transmission, the most significant finding about the coronavirus’s spread in the United States has come from an independent genetic study, not from field data collected by the government. And no state or city has banned large gatherings or implemented the type of aggressive “social distancing” policies employed to battle the virus in Italy, Hong Kong, and other affluent places."
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