Civil Politics (9/24/21): We’ve got Rhythm, We’ve Got COVID…

Further Reading:

What led to the shortage of at-home COVID-19 tests? –

Florida Health Department Revamps COVID-19 Rule For Schools –

‘Medium is the message’: AOC defends ‘tax the rich’ dress worn to Met Gala –

U.S. COVID-19 tests again in short supply as infections soar, schools reopen –

U.S. Limits Covid Antibody Treatments For All States As Shortage Fears Rise –

The Unbelievable Grimness of HermanCainAward, the Subreddit That Catalogs Anti-Vaxxer COVID Deaths –

In U.N. climate push, UK PM disputes Kermit: ‘It is easy to be green’ –

Schumer, Pelosi announce ‘framework’ to pay for $3.5T infrastructure bill –

Beginning Music: Glenn Gould – Goldberg Variation #5
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