Ever since the first cases of COVID-19 were reported in the United States (in what feels like an eternity ago) way back in January 2020, we could never have envisaged the impact it would not only have on our country but the world as a whole.
And while the speedy development of vaccines gave us hope, it is increasingly seeming like a false dawn as the new Delta variant looms large and ominously on the horizon. With cases surging at the moment and, at the time of writing this article, only 55.5% (182 million people) fully vaccinated, there are many questions about what the Delta variant and the pandemic as a whole means for the future of the country.
Here we are going to try and answer some of those questions.
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Another article ignoring the natural immunity aspect. Delta is already the dominate Covid variant, milder, but more contagious. More attention to the downside of the covid shots please, which in my view, exceeds any advantages, especially to kids.