In May, authorities detected dozens of epidemics in Europe, North America and elsewhere.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a statewide lockdown to combat the spread of coronavirus, calling it the “most drastic action we can take.”
Spaniards applauded through balconies and windows to express their gratitude for the nation’s health care workers battling the coronavirus.
As I close my eyes before I go to sleep, the hours of footage I studied earlier that day replays in my head over and over again. The interview sound bites are imprinted in my mind as I piece them together on an imaginary timeline.
The emotional needs of our communities must be addressed now. Given the data, we know that we are already in an increasingly dangerous situation. Our country is in a mental health crisis.