Exhaustion and impatience are creating new risks as cases soar in parts of the world. “They have had enough,” one U.S. mayor said of her residents.
Julie BosmanIn the spring, everyone hunkered down.
In the fall, “People are done putting hearts on their windows and teddy bears out for scavenger hunts,” said Katie Rosenberg, the mayor of Wausau, Wis.
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The president had immediate access to first-class treatment as well as doctors who have honed their understanding of the disease over several months of the pandemic.
Julie Bosman“He’s got the best care in the world,” said Samuel Roy Quinn, whose mother died at a nursing home in April. “I’m not sure that my mom got the best care in the world at that facility she was staying at.”
Those left behind must grieve in a country still firmly gripped by the coronavirus pandemic. Everywhere they turn, there is a reminder of their pain.
Julie BosmanI spoke to a man in Kentucky a few weeks ago whose wife died of Covid. When he went back to work at his factory, he kept hearing coworkers talk about how Covid was nothing to worry about, a hoax. He got so upset he had to take a leave of absence.
The violence occurred early Wednesday during a confrontation between demonstrators and a group of men armed with guns as protests continued over the police shooting of Jacob Blake.
Julie BosmanA group of men armed with long guns stationed themselves outside a gas station in Kenosha tonight. They fought with passing protesters. What happened next, law enforcement authorities say, ended with two people wounded by gunfire and one dead.