Neighbors, April 23: "How do we try to keep people as whole as possible?"
If last week taught us anything, it's that there are tensions between national, state, and local responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some of those tensions come from this uncomfortable disruption in our lifestyles. Some come from very real economic consequences.
And according to Dr. Jeremy Youde, a political scientist at UMD and a global health expert, some of them come from cleavages and problems in our society that have been there all along.