At this time last year, if we’d asked you to name a scientist, what might you have said? “Umm…” C’mon, we’d respond. No Googling. “Albert Einstein,” you’d eventually offer. Maybe a little more head-scratching would also have conjured Watson and Crick, or Galileo and Newton. Double bonus points if you’d come up with Marie Curie […]
Dr. Prescott Column Business
When Covid-19 arrived on our shores, we didn’t look to the government for rescue. We pinned our hopes on the pharmaceutical industry.
The pandemic will not end with the dropping of the ball in Times Square. That will come slowly, one vaccination at a time.
We must do all we can to protect ourselves and those we love.
We are human. The decisions we make will not be entirely consistent. For that, we can forgive ourselves. And, perhaps more importantly, others.
The problem with all this ritual wiping down? It takes our eye off the real danger.