AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractUK COVID-19 death rates are disproportionately high among Black African, Black Caribbean, Bangladeshi, Pakistani, and Indian people in the UK, as well as among care home residents, carers, essential workers, and people living with disabilities and pre-existing conditions. The effects of the pandemic demonstrate the systemic social disparities of life and death in the UK. This is the context in which the authors consider Christian pandemic ethics, and this calls for a shift of focus away from pandemic ethics to what we term ‘pre-pandemic ethics’.
CitationAdam, M. B., & Clough, D. L. (2020). Pre-pandemic ethics: Triage and discrimination. Crucible, (October), 49-56.
PublisherHymns Ancient & Modern
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