Counting the Cost of U.K., U.S. Lockdowns

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Regarding your editorial “Counting the Cost of Britain’s Lockdown” (Aug. 22): Nothing speaks to the dysfunction in American health care more to me than the fact that, during a world-wide pandemic, doctors and nurses in the U.S. were furloughed, some permanently. In my lifetime the practice of medicine has gone from a calling to a business, and now to an industry. As in education, I believe choice in medical care promises the best for you and your family. How much choice will there be in the Democrats’ Medicare for All?


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