Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 30 (3):xiii-xiii (2020)

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Quill Rebecca Kukla
Georgetown University
Travis Rieder
Johns Hopkins University
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It is with great pleasure and a sense of urgency that we present this KIEJ double issue on ethical issues raised by the COVID-19 pandemic. The sheer range of ethical concerns raised by the pandemic, combined with the speed with which these problems emerged, is staggering and unprecedented in our generation. We have tried to give space to papers that raise immediately pressing ethical issues that have not received much discussion in popular media. Topics range from fundamental questions about how we set up our public health infrastructure, to ethical issues in scientific communication and the translation of science into policy, to the impact of the pandemic on people with intellectual disabilities, to the ethics of...
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DOI 10.1353/ken.2020.0011
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