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How Did This Many Deaths Become Normal?

Nothing shocks

Ed Yong, writing for The Atlantic, examines the distinct lack of societal change that is occurring after millions have died and nearly a million alone in just the United States.

He starts and doesn’t let up:

The United States reported more deaths from COVID-19 last Friday than deaths from Hurricane Katrina, more on any…

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Sean McDevitt

Sean McDevitt

Most days I’m a professional copywriter, author, essayist, husband, father, and scrambled eggs maker. Find me at seanmcdevitt.com.