responsibility

The question is no longer: “when will it hit us?”

The question is: “how well can we spread its impact?”

We only have so many beds and even less trained hands.

This is no longer about how risky or inconvenient this situation is for us as individuals. It’s about how well we can unify to protect those who are most vulnerable among us.

We each get to decide whether we’re going to be a part of the problem or the solution.