Diversity and Solidarity in Response to Covid-19

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Sturm College of Law


Diversity, COVID, Cancer, Protective equipment


COVID-19 imposes burdens in different—but very serious—ways on different individuals and groups. We see this when patients with cancer and other severe conditions must have needed procedures delayed to slow the spread of infection or manage shortages of protective equipment. We see it when family members are barred from visiting sick or dying patients. And we also see it in policies that address what to do in the face of shortages of scarce resources—ICU beds, dialysis machines, or most visibly, ventilators.

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