Musings on Covid and Livy on the Plague

Dear Reader:

In the third year of the plague, I muse about Covid and translate a passage from Livy about the plague in Rome. I  am sure that the ancient Romans would have run to line up for vaccination. The people seemed keen on staying home and social-distancing, but Tullus Hostilius, the third king of Rome, was in complete denial at first.  Sound familiar?  

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