Navigating The Latest COVID-19 Ethical Questions And Concerns

How do we navigate the pandemic amid changing guidelines and new information about the virus, variants and vaccines?

Navigating The Latest COVID-19 Ethical Questions And Concerns
In this April 13, 2021, file photo, kindergarten students participate in a classroom activity on the first day of in-person learning at Maurice Sendak Elementary School in Los Angeles. California will require that masks be worn at schools when classrooms open this fall. Jae C. Hong, File / AP Photo
Navigating The Latest COVID-19 Ethical Questions And Concerns
In this April 13, 2021, file photo, kindergarten students participate in a classroom activity on the first day of in-person learning at Maurice Sendak Elementary School in Los Angeles. California will require that masks be worn at schools when classrooms open this fall. Jae C. Hong, File / AP Photo

Navigating The Latest COVID-19 Ethical Questions And Concerns

How do we navigate the pandemic amid changing guidelines and new information about the virus, variants and vaccines?

Vaccinated students and teachers no longer have to wear a mask indoors at school, according to new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Some health experts and parents have praised the CDC’s decision while others have raised concerns about the spread of the Delta variant and the number of children who remain unvaccinated or ineligible for the vaccine.

Reset brings on a bioethicist and opens the phones to listeners to discuss this ethical quandary and more.

GUEST: Laurie Zoloth, Margaret E. Burton Professor of Religion and Ethics at the University of Chicago; Senior Advisor to the Provost for Programs on Social Ethics