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  1. What Happens When a Pandemic Intersects With an Epidemic? (Alcohol, Drugs and Tobacco)

    Persons experiencing addiction may be at very high risk of infectious disease like COVID-19 due to high rates of smoking, recent imprisonment, conditions like HIV/AIDS, and high-risk behaviors (Ezzati et al. 2002; Farhoudian, et al. 2020). During the COVID-19 pandemic, most courts have shuttered, and treatment center admissions have halted, yet the opioid crisis rages on. Addiction intersects with material hardship, trauma, broken institutions, and human frailty in a multidimensional web of disadvantage (Desmond and Western 2018)—a process illustrated by COVID-19. 

  2. Isolating Intervention: Prevention as Citizenship (Sociology of Sexualities)

    As the COVID-19 pandemic progresses, governments around the world search for virus prevention techniques to reduce the spread of the illness.