“Vo and his wife, a nurse, emigrated from Vietnam as teenagers. They drifted west from New York to settle 10 years ago in Imperial County, which produces a major share of vegetables in U.S. supermarkets during the winter. Vo, 43, says he stayed because people are friendly and appreciative. He sees happiness in their eyes when they greet him. ‘They really need a doctor here.'” There are stories of death and despair, and of course, political frustration. But there are also thousands of smaller stories about people saving lives and exemplifying the best of America by doing their job, day in and day out; even in a town we usually only see in stories about building a wall. A ‘rock star’ Doctor tackles the virus on the California Mexico Border.