A casual conversation with a New Jersey respiratory therapist took a dark turn while we waited in a car repair shop recently. Her job includes caring for intubated Covid-19 patients on respirators until they can breathe on their own—or removing the tubes when they die. Lately she has done too much of the latter, she said, as infections have escalated. Nor are the dead necessarily elderly. Many are much younger.
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