Covid-19 forces us to flatten new curves


The phenomenon is in the name: novel coronavirus. This is new. And not just for doctors and scientists. This is new for all of us, from presidents scrambling to make the right choices (or lurching towards the wrong ones) to desperate breadwinners trying to figure out how to feed their families.

Our relationship with infection, too, has been jolted into a new phase. Until 2020 the world and its predatory particles seemed clear...

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