The coronavirus juggernaut bears on and the pandemic refuses to be tamed or slowed. Its social, economic and clinical complexities keep evolving by the day. We find out incrementally more about the virus every 24 hours, if not sooner. Out of Wuhan, the virus has run amok through Iran, Italy, Spain and – now – the United States. According to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University, the US currently has the world’s largest number of people with COVID-19, upwards of 104,000, while about 1,200 have died, yielding a case fatality ratio of 1.15%.