For half a year we have been living with the presence of COVID19, the most controversial illness I have ever seen researched or defined by healers, scholars, politicians and the press. Their views range from cautionary tales about our deeply flawed prevention strategies to faith in official protocols and hope for deliverance through vaccine science.
The Edge has published many COVID rules of conduct from county officials and anecdotal stories from observers. I wonder if you might offer links to some substantial reviews of the illness which has inspired so much analysis and soul searching. I offer one published by the American Institute for Economic Research in Great Barrington, an essay which tends to support my own perspective on the best means of endurance in these times.