An America Bereaved: A Day To Grieve The Victims Of COVID-19
As the coronavirus death toll in the United States approaches 100,000, how can we comprehend the scale of our loss?
As President Donald Trump has compared America’s response to coronavirus to a military campaign, some are asking for a national day of mourning to honor those who have lost their lives to COVID-19.
But how should we mourn the nearly 100,000 dead? And what would a national day of mourning look like?
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