A Pandemic of Recklessness: Nashville's Covid-19 Response
By now, you are well aware that we're in the eighth month of a totally unprecedented, thoroughly bungled global health pandemic. If you've somehow managed to miss that information, welcome back from your year-long coma. Might I suggest reconsidering?
Now that we're here, there are a few elephants in the room there are no more justifications for ignoring. We are fresh on the heels of Halloween, which saw its share of parties shut down for violating the large gathering restrictions that don't allow groups of more than 25 to convene, we head into the official holiday season, just in time for a predicted second wave. It's almost like they learned nothing from that cringey Fashion House debacle back in August, which somehow feels like 12 years ago. Some jerks on Boscobel had what neighbors described as 'hundreds' of college aged students in and out on Halloween. Why? I'm glad you asked. Because they're not smart.