The New Everyday

Coronavirus in Maryland and Washington DC

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The Coronavirus pandemic that has swept the globe has sent humanity into hiding, into desperation, into sadness and into heroic action. The United States has been hit harder than any other nation on earth, principally due to inept leadership that does not believe in science and is wholly unqualified to lead anyone through a crisis of this magnitude. The photographs are principally from near my home in Annapolis, Maryland in Prince George's County, a predominantly African-American suburb of the nation's capital. This community is being effected at a very high rate, both in infection and mortality rates. This is the start of a look at these at risk communities.