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No worries though! That doesn’t mean draconian restrictions would remain as well—a disease is endemic when it’s “persistently present but manageable,” write Daniela Hernandez and Drew Hinshaw. But it could mean long-term changes in smaller ways—a quick swab before entering a concert perhaps.
The WSJ notes that a slew of cottage industries are springing up to take advantage, revolving around things like fast testing, ventilation, filters, and new COVID treatments. Once again tragedy could mean profit for some.
“Going through the five phases of grief, we need to come to the acceptance phase that our lives are not going to be the same,” says former CDC chief Thomas Frieden. “I don’t think the world has really absorbed the fact that these are long-term changes.” Meanwhile, from our friends at Newser:
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