Coronavirus is the greatest disruption to American life since 9/11. Efforts to contain the spread are triggering a cascade of cancellations, travel bans and the threat of a recession. As of this afternoon, there were about 3,000 known cases of COVID-19 in the U.S., but responsible, conservative, estimates say many millions of Americans may become infected. The idea behind the restrictions is to let that happen over the course of a year, not in a matter of weeks. For a preview of what might be coming to your community, we went to a hotspot: Westchester County, New York. The spread, there, began two weeks ago when an infected 50-year-old man went to a religious service, a funeral and a party. Since then, he’s been in a hospital, too ill to speak. That has propelled teams of courageous nurses to visit hundreds of homes on the frontline. Workers in protective gear operate a drive through COVID-19 mobile testing center on March 13, 2020 in New Rochelle, New York. Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images Westchester County is home to a million residents, about a half hour’s drive from America’s largest city. Chevon Jones, Caitlin Doyle-Goldsmith, and Cathy Gomez are nurses in the


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