The pandemic has heightened a host of ethical dilemmas, from medical decisions about which patient to save to social quandaries about mask-wearing etiquette.
As far back as the 14th century, people living through plagues and pandemics have sorted through modern versions of the same essential questions.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, an ethicist, a medical ethicist and an etiquette expert address the moral ambiguities arising from COVID-19.
- Jeffrey Seglin, director, Harvard Kennedy School Communications Program, and author of the weekly ethics column, The Right Thing
- Dominic Sisti, assistant professor of medical ethics and health policy, University of Pennsylvania
- Thomas Farley, etiquette expert known as “Mister Manners”
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