by Danielle Ofri
The New Yorker
“It isn’t that the coronavirus doesn’t come up during our staff meetings in the early days of 2020. It’s more that it’s crushed to the bottom of the agenda by a pending hospital inspection—the triennial, bureaucratic steeplechase that we must run in order to maintain our accreditation. The first formal mention of the virus to the rank and file of our medical clinic comes in the weekly staff e-mail, on January 24th…”
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