Let’s Quit Playing Politics with Public Health

March 11, 2020 By Kay Coles James, CNS News

A woman wearing a protective mask walks past a school in Skopje on March 11, 2020. (Photo credit: ROBERT ATANASOVSKI/AFP via Getty Images)

The scope of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak is expanding, but it’s vital for U.S. policymakers and citizens to act rationally, work together, and keep what’s happening in proper context.

People have many legitimate concerns, including mitigating the spread, manufacturing enough test kits to detect the virus in sick people, finding an effective treatment, preventing shortages of protective gear for medical personnel, and offsetting potential costs to the taxpayers and to the economy, among many others.  More…

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