Coronavirus wave this fall could infect 100 million, administration warns
Washington Post May 7, 2022
- "Those projections assume that omicron and its subvariants will continue to dominate community spread, and there will not be a dramatically different strain of the virus, the official said, acknowledging the pandemic’s course could be altered by many factors."
- "Several experts agreed that a major wave this fall and winter is possible given waning immunity from vaccines and infections, loosened restriction and the rise of variants better able to escape immune protections"
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