@nytimes
The New York Times
a month ago
The U.S. has suffered through five waves of the pandemic — and now the Delta surge is subsiding. Experts say what comes next is hard to predict. But looking back at previous outbreaks can provide clues about the future of the pandemic in the U.S.
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@Longyolo
I AM A REVOLUTIONARY
a month ago
@nytimes People are still facing evictions. People are still dying from coronavirus & delta. New outbreaks have occurred. Stop writing’s likes it’s over because it’s not!
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@ertocaa
🛋️bhotipobho
a month ago
@nytimes For a second I thought that those maps were nuggets
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@AndeeHarry
Andee Harry
a month ago
@nytimes just wait until you have the A.Y variant that we got here...
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@Thuyngu04015347
Nguyễn Xuân Thủy
a month ago
@nytimes Không phải quy luật đó.hiện tại,phức tạp,khó và nguy hiểm hơn lúc đầu.trong khi lại đang thiếu kiến thức và bị kiệt quệ mọi mặt.
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@FranG8torMan
FranMan
a month ago
@nytimes This is an excellent depiction of the course of the Covid pandemic in the U. S. Over the past two years! NYT outdid itself.
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@SkepticSami
Samantha Quinn
a month ago
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@tony_flasher
Tony Flasher
a month ago
@nytimes Write all you want, but without the scientists who developed these vaccines and continue to upgrade them and study the new strains, millions upon millions of people would have died. I am sure we all know of someone who has died of covid19. This is no laughing matter.
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