Plague Journal 1: It is at once a detailed narration of human dynamics within a quarantined and imperiled population, and a metaphor for the moral choices presented by human existence. For Camus, the plague is the human condition in which random death can be visited on any of us at any time, without reason, and regardless of our virtues.
Arlington Select Board meeting made a mockery of what it means to have an open, transparent and democratic Town government
For a smart state, too many Mass residents are stupid when it comes to public health
But we can be ready for the next one
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It is the third in a series of coronavirus bills and likely not the last, but so far it is the biggest and most misinterpreted.
“You’re not considered important until you’re really truly needed, such as in a time like this … I think anyone deemed essential needs a pay bump.”
All photos taken by Derek Kouyoumjian on March 24, 2020, one day after Mass Governor Charlie Baker’s March 23 order for non-essential businesses to cease in-person operations.
Still, pandemic-safe provision of pill abortions is hampered all over the country by the FDA’s REMS requirement. Without it, you could call a doctor or clinic, they could write a prescription and call it into your pharmacy, and then you could get the pills from there or even have them mailed to you.