Covid-19 cases have hit 5.4 million today, with 340,000 deaths. Yes, the number of those who have recovered is much higher at two million, but even one death is reason enough to mourn. People are not simply numbers, even in death. They were somebody’s family, loved one, and friend. And I can’t understand the nonchalance of government leaders when they try to joke or speak lightly of the pandemic that has placed the world on the greatest disruption that many of us couldn’t have imagined possible.