Answering Your Coronavirus Questions: Economy, Health Care Workers And Mental Health On this broadcast of The National Conversation, a philosopher tackles your questions about the pandemic's effect on ethical frameworks. We also answer questions about the economy and mental health.
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Answering Your Coronavirus Questions: Economy, Health Care Workers And Mental Health

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Answering Your Coronavirus Questions: Economy, Health Care Workers And Mental Health

Answering Your Coronavirus Questions: Economy, Health Care Workers And Mental Health

Answering Your Coronavirus Questions: Economy, Health Care Workers And Mental Health

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As the coronavirus pandemic continues, health care workers are having to cope with added mental and emotional tolls. Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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As the coronavirus pandemic continues, health care workers are having to cope with added mental and emotional tolls.

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On this broadcast of The National Conversation, a philosophy professor tackles your questions about how the pandemic has affected people's ethical frameworks. We'll also answer your questions about the economy and mental health.