America Dances (part 2): American Exceptionalism

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By Amy Rogers, MD, PhD

If pandemic control were an Olympic event, the US would lose in the quarterfinals, if it earned the right to compete at all.

As I said in my previous post, the US is experiencing a lot of regional variation with the epidemic. But taken as a whole, our country’s dance is terrible compared to Western Europe and some East…

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Amy Rogers, MD, PhD, is a Harvard-educated scientist, novelist, journalist, and educator. She blogs about coronavirus at AmyRogers.com

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Dr. Amy Rogers

Dr. Amy Rogers

Amy Rogers, MD, PhD, is a Harvard-educated scientist, novelist, journalist, and educator. She blogs about coronavirus at AmyRogers.com

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