Is COVID-19 becoming endemic?

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life as we know it. It also had profound influences on our individual lives as we can see from our routines and priorities. Many say the world has changed forever. But 2022 could be the year of return to near normal, if the vaccines drive down infections and variants are kept at bay. At that point, what will we glean from the past years? Are there silver linings or lessons learned with regards to health policy-making? Read More….

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