Many of you probably know this already. The rest of y'all should start bracing for it.
In Opinion "It is completely understandable that many are tiring of restrictions due to Covid-19. Unfortunately, their resolve is weakening right when we need it to harden. This could cost us dearly," Aaron E. Carroll writes.
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Hi ! I'll be discussing my op-ed on how life in this pandemic is unlikely to change soon this Thursday at noon Eastern. Mark your calendars to ask me anything!
Stop Expecting Life to Go Back to Normal Next Year, says for many inevitable reasons. Prepare.
.: "We wasted our chance to get a better summer in the spring. We wasted our chance to plan for the fall in the summer. We’re wasting time again now. Next year isn’t that far away."
The money quote from this sobering essay: "We wasted our chance to get a better summer in the spring. We wasted our chance to plan for the fall in the summer. We’re wasting time again now. Next year isn’t that far away."
Growing chorus of experts: 2021 is gonna be a lot like 2020 and we gotta mentally prepare ourselves for it.
If you’ve been wondering whether liberals have become addicted to the forced collectivism and total control of lockdowns, just look at all the sudden “we need to lockdown even AFTER a vaccine” demands Outrageous and maniacal
We need more candor around how long we will likely be living with social distance, masks, virtual work & more during #covid19. Thank you ⁩ for writing this
"We wasted our chance to get a better summer in the spring. We wasted our chance to plan for the fall in the summer. We’re wasting time again now. Next year isn’t that far away." —  on why not to expect 2021 to be that different from 2020.
My plea to America to stop waiting for salvation, and to start working to achieve it. Stop Expecting Life to Go Back to Normal Next Year Huge thanks to for this one!
NYT: COVID will continue until morale improves!
The truth about 2021: It's going to look a lot like 2020. on how pandemic life is not going away anytime soon.
Stop Expecting Life to Go Back to Normal Next Year. Pandemic precautions will be necessary well into 2021 — yes, even after a vaccine arrives, by via #Covid19
The truth about 2021: It's going to look a lot like 2020. on how pandemic life is not going away anytime soon.
The truth about 2021: It's going to look a lot like 2020. on how pandemic life is not going away anytime soon.
“Life will go back to normal starting in January!”—No one.
Great article by ⁦⁩ in ⁦⁩. “Those thinking that school this fall will be a one-off, that we will be back to normal next year, let alone next semester, may be in for a rude awakening.”
"Too many are relaxing because they think that salvation is just around the corner. That’s possible, but certainly not probable." We have a long road ahead of us still.
Stop Expecting Life to Go Back to Normal Next Year
"Too many are relaxing because they think that salvation is just around the corner...It would be better to prepare for a difficult 2021 and be surprised by its being easier than to assume things will be easier and find life is still hard."
Americans will need to take pandemic precautions well into 2021 — yes, even after a vaccine arrives 🦠🇺🇸
"We wasted our chance in the spring to get a better summer. We wasted our chance in the summer to plan for the fall. We’re wasting time again now. Next year isn’t that far away." Stop Expecting Life to Go Back to Normal Next Year
I don't expect my kids to have in-person schooling until fall 2021. This is indeed a marathon, not a sprint. And I hate running. "Stop Expecting Life to Go Back to Normal Next Year"
"We wasted our chance to get a better summer in the spring. We wasted our chance to plan for the fall in the summer. We’re wasting time again now." via
We need to prepare for 2021. "We wasted our chance in the spring to get a better summer. We wasted our chance in the summer to plan for the fall. We’re wasting time again now. Next year isn’t that far away." [email protected]
Flatten the curve was a fire extinguisher to get us safely out of the house. You still gotta call the Fire Dept if you don't want your house to burn down. "We wasted our chance to get a better summer in the spring.... We’re wasting time again now."
Mild flu seasons in Southern Hemisphere nations occurred because those countries engaged in behaviors that also controlled spread of the coronavirus. “It’s a mistake to assume we will reap the same rewards without committing to the same sacrifices.”
"We wasted our chance in the spring to get a better summer. We wasted our chance in the summer to plan for the fall. We’re wasting time again now. Next year isn’t that far away."
“We will need to continue to be exceedingly careful even as we immunize. Until we see convincing evidence that a vaccine has a large population-level effect, we will need to mask and distance and restrain ourselves.” Plainspeak from ⁦
“It is much more likely that life in 2021, especially in the first half of the year, will need to look much like life does now. Those who think that we have just a few more months of pain to endure will need to adjust their expectations.”
Stop Expecting Life to Go Back to Normal Next Year
Stop Expecting Life to Go Back to Normal Next Year: Americans will need to take pandemic precautions well into 2021 — yes, even after a vaccine arrives. via
Time to adjust to this reality (I guess) - Stop Expecting Life to Go Back to Normal Next Year - The New York Times
"None of these ideas is a complete solution, but just because they’re individually insufficient alone doesn’t mean they aren’t necessary." on the unlikeliness of home-runs against COVID, lots of singles and doubles-- masks, tests, Tx
"That may cost a lot of money; it’s likely to be still less than what continuing to flail about will cost..." Stop Expecting Life to Go Back to Normal Next Year
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Stop Expecting Life to Go Back to Normal Next Year
Stop Expecting Life to Go Back to Normal Next Year: Americans will need to take pandemic precautions well into 2021 — yes, even after a vaccine arrives.
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