New York Times: In Alaska’s Covid Crisis, Doctors Must Decide Who Lives and Who Dies

New York Times: In Alaska’s Covid Crisis, Doctors Must Decide Who Lives and Who Dies. “…with some pockets of the state wary of taking vaccines — only about half the state’s residents are fully vaccinated — and Gov. Mike Dunleavy resisting restrictions to curtail the virus, the state’s isolation has become a growing liability as the Delta variant sweeps through. The state’s surge has continued even as the virus has receded nationwide, with new daily cases down by about a third and hospitalizations by about a quarter since Sept. 1.”

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