Why There’s So Little Public Grief for Covid-19

The ongoing pandemic has not engendered the same kind of visible mourning as past national tragedies such as 9/11 or Hurricane Katrina, write Corinne and Erik Ofgang for Elemental. Why is that? Experts speculate the reasons why there has yet to be a collective mourning for the lives lost to the virus.



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