At key moments over the last year leaders around the globe made critical mistakes that worsened the pandemic and led to more deaths. That’s the argument put forth by the New Yorker’s Lawrence Wright in “The Plague Year,” an article that fills the magazine’s entire January issue. Wright explains what went wrong in an interview with Senior National Correspondent Amna Nawaz.
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