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The ethics of incarceration during a pandemic

The ethics of incarceration during a pandemic

What coronavirus means for crowded prisons, from reporter Kimberly Kindy. The tension in a community that’s dealing with a deadly outbreak but reluctant to shut down its economy, from Cleve Wootson. And, how the virus is separating extended families, from Caitlin Gibson.Read more:Amid fears that the coronavirus will be particularly deadly in the crowded prisons and jails, counties and states are releasing thousands of inmates.A pro-Trump community in Florida, hit early by virus, sits at emotional nexus of national debate over reopening economy amid health crisisKids are coronavirus carriers. Their grandparents are their caretakers, and they’re vulnerable.Follow The Post’s live coverage of the coronavirus pandemic here. Subscribe to The Washington Post:

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