USA TODAY Published 8:00 a.m. ET March 27, 2020 | Updated 8:06 a.m. ET March 27, 2020From a Q&A with a former CDC chief to voices of an ICU doctor, the Italian Red Cross chief and a Chinese restaurant owner, here are some of our top columns of the week.In today’s fast-paced news environment, it can be hard to keep up. For your weekend reading, here are a dozen of this week’s top USA TODAY Opinion pieces, all of them dealing with aspects of the coronavirus pandemic. As always, thanks for reading, and for your feedback. And be safe.— USA TODAY Opinion editors1. ICU doctor: Coronavirus frightens me. It’s severe, unpredictable and it has no cure.By Dr. Philip A. Verhoef”The virus continues to spread, and my wife is still working seven days a week. But now it’s my turn to be overwhelmed. I’m frightened, for my patients, my colleagues, my family and my own health, both mental and physical.”2. Coronavirus: No, we aren’t even close to ready to ease up on social distancingBy Dr. Tom Inglesby”We shouldn’t be considering the relaxing of strong social distancing measures until we have drastically slowed the rate of spread, dealt with our dire shortages of supplies and diagnostic capacity and prepared our health care system to


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