This will include a range of perspectives in the week in review. Is the cure worse than the disease? It appears physicians immersed in the midst of it all are seeing it that way. Most compelling was an opinion written by St. Barnabas Hospital Emergency director Daniel G. Murphy MD. The Bronx New York hospital which serves a lower income community is in the center of the pandemic. Another physician, Scott Atlas MD who is from Stanford has taken to the airwaves advocating an end to the lockdown. We summarize their perspectives as the controversy will likely grow. Both wrote opinions for the New York Post that appeared April 26th and 27th. Dr. Murphy who has been in the ER room every day for the last two weeks described COVID-19 as been the worst health care disaster of his 30-year career, because of its intensity, duration and potential for lasting impact. According to Murphy, "The lasting impact is what worries me the most. And it’s why I now believe we should end the lockdown and rapidly get back to work." His view the the flattening had more to do with the natural course of the outbreak than it did with the lockdown. Below are excerpts from his article.