Monthly Archives: March 2020

The Harsh Reality Faced by Healthcare Workers on the Front Line

No one asks the soldier whether she is afraid to die. That is her job. Healthcare workers are not afraid of dying, but like all parents, they fear leaving their children without a mother or father. Last night, my son asked me the question I have been dreading. “What if you and daddy die of Covid-19?”

2020-05-23T22:54:21+00:00March 27, 2020|Categories: Physician, Practice|Tags: , , , , |

Why We Must Close Our Schools

We already know it is the responsibility of every one of us in Kitsap County to slow the spread of Covid-19. In this second column on the subject, I want to focus on the next steps for our community. The most effective nonpharmacological intervention within our reach is to close schools proactively for a lengthy time period. And in the next 800 words, I hope to convince our educators and the public.

2020-05-23T22:53:50+00:00March 14, 2020|Categories: Patient, Policy|Tags: , , , , , |

What You Need to Know About Covid-19

To be honest, our lives will not be saved by the government. And lives will not be saved by elected officials or large institutions. Lives will not be saved by a miracle vaccine this year either. Lives will be saved by everyday decisions made by responsible citizens in Washington State and the rest of the nation.

2020-05-23T22:53:36+00:00March 12, 2020|Categories: Patient, Physician, Practice|Tags: , , , |