The Manhattan Project

“It’s no longer just foreign countries who have shown this can be done. New Yorkers showed us this is possible. We can do this. New York now takes the virus as seriously as the rest of the world, and they know how to contain this. Their vigilance is just beginning. And sustaining it will be hard. But the backside of that curve brings tears to my eyes. The nurses. The doctors. The paramedics. The way to honor them? Let them be our teachers. Sit there in Phoenix and Houston and Charlotte and Miami, and don’t doubt them when they tell you not to mess around.” NYC just had a zero coronavirus death day. Andy Slavitt: Lessons From New York. (We can do it. But it takes a lot of doing.)

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