The Hill  |  August 8, 2021

“I’ve been working in public health for three decades. I’ve never seen the kinds of sweeping mandates in the city, state and private sector that we’re seeing today,” said Lawrence Gostin, a professor of global health law at Georgetown University Law Center. “Not for smallpox, not for polio, not for influenza. So this is unprecedented, and if there’s a snowball effect, as I hope there will be, it could really get us very close to where we need to be to get back to a more normal life.”

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