This is a public health issue, not a political issue. In a rational world, personal freedom and selfishness should take a back seat to saving lives. The sad truth . . . we can’t count on people to do the right thing.
Like Herbert Hoover, who as president wouldn't do the things that needed to be done to help the nation's economy dig out of the Depression, Stitt won't do the things necessary for the state to stem the deadly advance of the COVID-19 pandemic, the column says.
"It takes playdates, birthday parties, gymnastic meets. It takes away our work, our health and sometimes our lives," says the author, an associate professor of emergency medicine."It is all so unnecessary."