3/26 moral imperative in a crisis

Moral agency in our crisis is about: can you do some thing to make difference, where that difference means reducing excessive deaths and supporting the people near or on the front lines who care for the sickest victims.  If you can, then there is moral imperative to act to make that difference.  [Afterwards we will find out more about what actions turned out to be more effective than others, but we are in the crisis and must act on uncertain information.]   Acting against this principle, puts self above others and puts things above people, plus it means, the odds are, all the measures of performance in this crisis get worse.

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