OPINION EXCHANGE | Coronavirus ethics: How do we choose who lives, who dies? – Minneapolis Star Tribune

The irony of the anti-regulation ideology is that it’s because of insufficient health care oversight that our nation now faces severe rationing of critically needed health care resources during a foreseeable global pandemic. For nurses, respiratory therapists, physicians and those who clean up after them, being told there are “millions” of masks and “wonderful” supplies of ventilators on the way in a few weeks, perhaps from inexperienced ventilator factories, means very little to the immediate crises health care professionals face as you read these words.

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