Individualism: A blessing, and a curse

It shouldn’t really surprise anyone that the COVID situation in America has been long-term messy. We had a denier President who saw political opportunity in a re-election year, for one. Dos: we rely on communication from places like the CDC and the FDA, who tend to be scientists and academics that don’t necessarily understand how people like to receive messages. Third: social media and platforms rush in to fill the…

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