In the coronavirus crisis, who gets to be outside?

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“The trumpet trees bloomed hot pink against a deep blue sky, a visual proclamation that spring had arrived. As I rolled toward the entrance of our local park, my two young kids in the wagon we use for picnics, I recoiled, quickly pivoting away from the dozens of people dotting the grassy hillsides. A packed park usually provides a glimpse of our fellow humans at play against a much-needed backdrop of nature, but in the COVID-19 world, it’s a danger zone”

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