Bitter Lessons from the Deadliest Pandemic in Modern History

What have we learned from 1 million Covid deaths?

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So it eventually happened. Inevitably, America crossed the 1 million mark with the coronavirus death toll. A friend of mine predicted this would happen, and as I witnessed the lethality of this disease and the body count, I concluded that this would happen too.

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Manny Otiko

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Manny Otiko writes about race, politics and sports. He has been published in Salon and LA Weekly. Follow him on Twitter @mannyotiko.

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