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Covid-19, and Our Tribal Identities

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The deadly COVID-19 virus continues to spread. While a global army of scientists works frantically to develop a vaccine, frontline medical workers risk their lives treating the sick, and epidemiologists race to flatten the pathogen’s exponential growth curve.

In all these endeavors social distancing is crucial. Accordingly, business owners have shut their doors, and the global citizenry has born the emotional weight of social isolation, among so many other economic, psychological, and ultimate sacrifices—scores medical personnel who contracted COVID-19 in the line of duty have already died.

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