David Bowen, the former health policy director for the Senate Committee on Health, advised on the 9/11 terrorist attacks as well as on the SARS epidemic and other disease challenges. Here’s his advice on how technology can help us mitigate the risks of COVID-19.
As the country fitfully reopens, many of the crucial decisions about risk in this pandemic move from the national to the personal. All of us face previously simple decisions that now have life-or-death consequences. Do I go out to eat? Do I visit Nana in the nursing home? Do I send my kids to school? We must answer these questions, not only individually, but also for our circle of family and friends who may have different risks.
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