Comprehensive review of how U.S. handled pandemic lays out lessons learned
Why the United States fared so badly during the pandemic, especially when compared to other similar nations, was supposed to be one of the many questions examined by a national COVID-19 commission. But that commission was never launched. William Brangham spoke with the co-author of a new report that hopes to start that reckoning.
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