"Where Are the Photos of People Dying of COVID?"

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It is often said that a picture is worth a thousand words. But during the pandemic, many of the images of those suffering and dying are withheld from public view. Sarah Lewis argues we need to see the victims to better understand the human impact of this devastating virus. She joins Walter Isaacson to explain the vital role of artists and photojournalists during a crisis like this.


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