“The end process is not going to be uniform,” Charters said. The pandemic “is a biological phenomenon, but it’s also a political and social phenomenon.”
“Even now we have different approaches to it.”
It’s likely to be messy, leaving a lasting legacy for years to come. Until then, most of us will need to brace for many more months in the pandemic’s grip.
“We have to approach it with our eyes wide open and with a great deal of humility,”…[Michael Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis,] said. “Anybody that thinks we’re going to be over this in the next few days or a few months is sorely mistaken.”
“Without vaccination, one is like a sitting duck, because the virus will spread widely and find most everybody this autumn and winter…” https://t.co/bqz5ysJiTZ
— Jeffrey Duchin, MD (@DocJeffD) September 13, 2021