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The third and final issue of the Online Journal of Health Ethics for 2020 presents two poignant articles that are rankled with current health ethics and moral issues as the world races to a resolve for the COVID pandemic. There appears to be no easy, quick-fix solutions to the pandemic that has claimed over 1.11 million lives worldwide in this first wave. The Gellert article addresses his view of the U.S. government's political response and the Gunn article presents an ethical perspective ofdoi:10.18785/ojhe.1603.02 fatcat:haefvuxf75cyrole76dsqqquey