What We’ve Learned From the Coronavirus Pandemic

What We’ve Learned From the Coronavirus Pandemic
A man wearing a mask walks through Brooklyn Bridge Park, April 14, 2020 (AP photo by Mark Lennihan).

In this week’s editors’ discussion on Trend Lines, WPR’s Judah Grunstein, Freddy Deknatel and Prachi Vidwans talk about the things we previously took for granted, didn’t sufficiently appreciate or simply didn’t know—whether on a national or international level—that the coronavirus pandemic has brought into sharper focus.

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