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  • As cases rise again, second thoughts on another lockdown

    Boston Globe - 10/19/2020

    “For the lockdowns, we know that there’s a variability in individuals that can work from home and those that can’t,” said Sam Scarpino, a Northeastern University epidemiologist. That variability, he explained, leaves people of color and essential workers more exposed to the virus. Moreover, the economic costs of shutting down are felt most deeply by those already facing financial precarity.

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