A partial list of COVID failures to adapt
Spot on, this is all exactly right. I'll throw in the failure to manufacture and widely distribute good quality paper masks. These should be available at the entrance to every public space. I still see way too many people with single-layer bandanas.
And the black/white "is this action safe or unsafe" thinking, rather than degree of risk.
And the continued promotion of indoor social distancing, especially in schools (desks 3 feet apart, no hugging), which is completely useless against a virus circulating in the (poorly ventilated!) air.
Depressingly true, both for Covid and climate change. What has happened to our country?