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        • The world has been flipped upside down. As emergency rooms and inpatient hospital floors are converted into COVID-19 units and intensive care units remain full or near-full, pediatric departments around the United States are dealing with a different set of challenges. Children have generally not been severely affected, admitted to hospitals or intubated due to COVID-19, so many pediatrics practices have been deemed “non-essential” health-care activities. Families have postponed routine health-care visits due to fear of bringing their children to hospitals where there is a high incidence of COVID-19 infections and citywide recommendations to stay home and minimize travel.

        • This month, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos unveiled new Title IX regulations, the most important advancement in campus civil liberties in a generation. While still being legally bound to address students’ sexual assault allegations, colleges now must respect the rights of accused students as well. The regulations also define sexual harassment more narrowly, lest Title IX enforcement create campus codes that interfere with “principles of free speech and academic freedom.”

        • Each day, we learn more about the dreadful toll that COVID-19 has exacted on nursing home residents. There is much to say about the inadequate staffing and lack of enforcement that predated the coronavirus and worsened its impact. But as this crisis makes us reexamine many things we long took for granted, so too should it prompt us to also ask why so many older adults are left with little choice but to reside in these facilities in the first place.

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        Bob Eckstein, a cartoonist, author of “The Illustrated History of the Snowman” and “Footnotes from the World’s Greatest Bookstores,” takes on the coronavirus pandemic with editorial cartoons.

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        Voice of the People

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        Harry Siegel

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