Frontline workers don’t have time to decipher the confusing contradictions coming from various sources. They have a job to do. And some, like Tanisha Brunson-Malone, a forensic technician at a New Jersey hospital, have taken it upon themselves to do even more. We can’t lose sight of the human story, or the vital humanity found in simple, powerful gestures happening all around us. NYT: The Morgue Worker, the Body Bags and the Daffodils. “Inside each trailer are bodies in body bags, stacked on shelves three high, coronavirus victims awaiting pickup. Ms. Brunson-Malone enters each trailer and walks the aisle between the rows, pausing at each new body bag. There, she carefully places a flower on top.”