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Michael Rosen and Rachel Clarke on the Covid-19 pandemic

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Michael Rosen and Rachel Clarke on the Covid-19 pandemic

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It’s clear that the Covid pandemic has changed the way we need to think about public health, social justice, the economy and a good deal else besides.

Michael Rosen, who became gravely ill with the disease, and whose bibliography is both too long and too impressive to list here, and Rachel Clarke, a journalist who became a doctor and has been heroically working on the frontline, will be in conversation; Rosen has written about his encounter with the pandemic in Many Different Kinds of Love, as has Clarke in Breathtaking.

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