The New York Times

The New York Times 13 Apr 2020

A Father and Son Had the Coronavirus. Only the Son Lived.


Gianni Zampino was caring for his elderly father, Antonio, in Turin, Italy, when they both contracted the virus. Only Gianni survived.

The Atlantic's George Packer discusses how the coronavirus exposed the country's weaknesses. Princeton's Eddie Glaude Jr. also joins the discussion. Aired on 04/23/2020.
Newham resident Omar Islam is against lockdown restrictions being lifted after losing his father and aunt to COVID-19.

Omar describes plans to slowly lift lockdown restrictions as "stupid", and it's a view shared by many in the community in which he lives.

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