As BLM protests and COVID-19 sweep through US, how each will shape the other, and the country, remains to be seen
The US is caught up in the twin tsunamis of the Black Lives Matter movement and the COVID-19 pandemic, each impacting the other in unknown ways, in an election year.
Notes from a coronavirus hot spot: I'm a 72-year-old New York State resident; this is what it's like
"New York State, the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, clocks in at a staggering 2,22,284 cases, with 14,636 deaths. No wonder I am anxious as the numbers keep spiraling upwards even though no one in my inner circle has fallen prey to the virus — yet."