Don’t panic, but take coronavirus very seriously

Will Fritz
It would be very easy to panic right now. Schools and businesses are closing down. People are staying home from work. Things that felt certain just a week ago are now completely unmoored. Daily life has been drastically upended in a way we have not seen in our lifetimes. Even 9/11, which represented an immense paradigm shift in our worldview, did not have the potential for so much direct disruption to everyone.  I’m 22 years old, and my only memory of that historic event is seeing something scary on my grandparents’ giant Toshiba television in their family room at their house in Temecula. They knew the world was about to change, and I grew to understand how it had years later as I grew up.  It certainly did have some effect on my daily life – my mother, who was li
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