Sociology of covid-19

The assignment asks you to interpret the current coronavirus pandemic from a sociological perspective.
Things you might want to discuss (you dont have to discuss these; they are just suggestions to get you thinking):
How can we use Mills concepts of trouble vs. issue to analyze the pandemic?
How are existing social inequalities impacting how people are experiencing the health crisis? (who is most likely to have access to testing, who is most likely be able to stay safe, which groups of people are currently dying at the highest rates, how might existing social inequalities be impacting OCC students during this crisis, etc)
How might the health crisis deepen social inequality?
How might Karl Marx interpret the government (social policies) and fiscal (The Federal Reserve) interventions so far?
What are some social policies that could help mitigate some of the personal troubles people are experiencing?