How Covid has broken the way we respond to crises

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Daily beast: “In a time of crisis, people tend to come together. It often happens after natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes and during periods of national conflict such as World War II and the months following 9/11. Regardless of their differences, people generally try to do what they can to help others when they face dire circumstances. “

“The Covid-19 pandemic, however, was not a time of healing and national unity in the United States. Polarized politics has mutilated the public health response to Covid. The pandemic has turned the spotlight on how America has become tribal. “

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