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LETTERS

Prayer and social distancing: Away from the crowd, and at one with God

"I am reminded of the words of Jesus in Matthew 6:5-6."

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Another way to show our gratitude

How many of us would get up each day and rush toward danger, toward a hospital filled with critically ill and highly contagious patients?

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No thanks for the fried chicken

I don’t need free meals from fas food restaurants — I need you to give your workers health insurance and paid sick leave so that they don’t go to work sick and infect the rest of your staff and half the customers

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Mail-in voting and the politics of the coronavirus

President Trump‘s response to this pandemic is predictable: whatever best serves his reelection efforts.

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He respects expertise . . . and caution

I have been sincerely impressed with the caution, care, and thoughtfulness that Governor Baker has shown through his leadership during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Let’s enforce the rules

I’m not allowed to spend half an hour grocery shopping without a mask. Meanwhile my son, a plumber, must spend 40 hours a week on construction sites where no one else is wearing a mask.

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The mistakes we’re making today

“Whistle-blower lays bare incompetence that cost lives” (Editorial, May 16) criticizes the federal government’s failure to build up mask production capacity. Your point is well taken, but it’s all in the past now.

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We can’t vote by mail without the Postal Service

Voting by mail is not possible without a functioning United States Postal Service. And the existence of the USPS past September is in doubt.