I live three miles from ground zero for coronavirus-shaming in America. Eons ago, in early March, the reality of the pandemic was taking hold, and public officials—at least, the ones who hadn’t dismissed the virus as fake news—began to prescribe “social distancing” and limiting travel as preventive measures. Spring-breaking students, however, had already made hotel reservations and plans to live forever; they flocked to my Fort Lauderdale, my home, as they do every year, and they writhed...
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