Yahoo News October 17, 2021
Joshua M. Sharfstein

  • As COVID’s Delta wave begins to subside, we can see glaring holes in our nation’s resilience.

  • Whether the pandemic leads us back to the status quo or triggers reform depends on the story the nation tells itself about what happened.

  • The pandemic was a catastrophe. It doesn’t have to be a lost opportunity as well.

  • Dr. Joshua M. Sharfstein is Professor of the Practice in Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

  • This is an opinion column. The thoughts expressed are those of the author.

As the COVID pandemic’s Delta wave begins to subside, people across the US are itching for life...

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