Good Is Not Good Enough- A Positive COVID-19 Story
By Harry Hallman

When medical historians reflect on the COVID-19 pandemic and the actions taken to curb and eventually eliminate it, they will concentrate on statistics that reveal how many people caught the virus, how quickly it spread, how many succumbed, and where outbreaks were most virulent. This information is essential to mitigating future pandemics, but statistics alone cannot measure the human cost.