With 100,000 deaths from coronavirus, what have we learned about preventing more?
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In just under 13 weeks, 100,000 people have died from COVID-19 in the U.S. Those lost were veterans, grocery clerks, nurses, students, musicians, activists, and so much more. And yet, this is not an endpoint. We are likely to have tens of thousands more deaths. As we grieve, what have we learned about preventing or at least reducing them?May 28, 2020