When you can’t wash your hands in a pandemic
Damian Paletta looks ahead and outlines a bleak, new post-pandemic economic reality. Isaac Stanley-Becker reports on what happens when you can’t wash your hands in the midst of a public health crisis. And Emily Rauhala offers a glimpse into Wuhan before and after the lockdown lifts.
With more than 17 million unemployment claims filed in the past four weeks, economists say the unemployment rate is now the worst since the Great Depression.
We’ve all been told to wash our hands to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. But what do you do when the water is shut off?
Relief and sorrow as the lockdown in Wuhan is lifted.
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