Have our medical ethics mutated in the current pandemic?

Over the past two years, our lives have changed in unprecedented ways.

In the face of the pandemic, we have been required to obey demanding new rules and accept new risks, making enormous changes to our daily lives.

These disruptions can challenge us to think differently about ethics — about what we owe each other.

As we head into the third year of the pandemic, debates continue to rage over the ethics of vaccine mandates, restrictions on civil liberties, the limits of government power and the