We each have a social responsibility to each other: don’t live in fear, but don’t be reckless. It is the only path forward to minimize the number of deaths from COVID-19.
Coming through this pandemic, we have the opportunity as a Nation to pave a path to a better health care system that is built based on people’s needs and l not partisan politics. These are my learnings after a few weeks of talking to people.
I didn’t feel prepared or qualified to be an educator to my children and having my kids at home for the rest of the school year terrified me. What would their realities be when they returned? How much would they need to catch up?
Those in the disability community, many ethnic minority communities, those with chronic conditions, and individuals with low or fixed incomes face some of the most difficult challenges.