Here's my article up today at  addressing some of the pro-life questions involved in the Covid-19 crisis: 
“I hope the lessons we take from our country’s experience with Covid-19 aren’t about food or avoiding the spread of germs, but about how we treat the most vulnerable among us,” writes
'We can't pass the elderly, the disabled, the poor, and the vulnerable are in peril before our eyes. We want to hear the sound of cash registers again, but we cannot afford to hear them over the cries of those made in the image of God.'
"One day we will tell our grandchildren how we lived, how we loved, during the Great Pandemic. Let’s respect human life in such a way that we will not be ashamed to tell them the truth." This from strikes a good, non-absolutist balance
“The lives of our grandparents, the lives of the disabled, the lives of the terminally ill, these are all lives worth living.” via See also: via
"One day we will tell our grandchildren how we lived, how we loved, during the Great Pandemic. Let’s respect human life in such a way that we will not be ashamed to tell them the truth."
., rightly preaching: "Vulnerability is not a diminishment of the human experience, but is part of that experience... The lives of our grandparents, the lives of the disabled, the lives of the terminally ill, these are all lives worth living."
Here's : "A generation ago, the essayist and novelist Wendell Berry told us that the great challenge of our time would be whether we would see life as a machine or as a miracle. The same is true now." God Doesn’t Want Us to Sacrifice the Old