“Without massive investment and coördinated effort, billions of people could be left without vaccines, ventilators, medications, oxygen, medical care—and, relatedly, without food, shelter, stability, or hope. America has chosen to be a generous nation before. Will it choose that path again?” Dhruv Khullar in The New Yorker: India’s Crisis Marks a New Phase in the Pandemic. “It’s not urban. It’s not rural. It’s not north or south. It’s everywhere. During the first wave, the poor suffered the bulk of the health and economic toll. Now everyone is affected. I personally don’t know a single family that doesn’t have covid in it right now. I don’t mean in their extended family. I mean in their nuclear family”