Join Dr. Craig Agule in a discussion surrounding blame during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The public-health instructions are clear: we should be wearing masks, maintaining social distance, and taking vaccines. And most of us comply with most of those instructions most of the time. But sometimes we and others fall short? Are those shortfalls occasions for blame? Should I feel guilt if I avoid a needle out of mere squeamishness? Should I be angry and indignant when I see my neighbor hug a friend? Should I resent the person whose refusal to wear a mask results in my infection? Or do these reactions get in the way of moving forward and returning to health?
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Date & Time
February 24, 2021
11:15 am-12:30 pm