This pandemic has taken nearly a million American lives. Millions more lost their health insurance. Healthcare workers have been pushed to the brink—some driven to suicide—by the ceaseless workload.
Put simply, our healthcare system failed the COVID test. And yet the moment has not fomented a broad call for massive reform.
How has COVID shaped your perspective on U.S. healthcare? What will it take to translate the failures of the pandemic era into a mass movement for real healthcare reform in the form of a universal national health insurance program a la Medicare for All?