1. Michael Osterholm: Covid-19 keeps firing 210-mph curveballs at us  CNN
  2. A rise in Covid cases in US signals end of Omicron's reprieve  STAT
  3. US Covid Death Toll Hits 1 Million and Americans Are Still Confused  Bloomberg
  4. Analysis | A Million Covid Deaths Later, Americans Are Still Confused About the Virus  The Washington Post
  5. Exacerbation of COVID-19 mortality by the fragmented United States healthcare system: A retrospective observational study  The Lancet
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An increase in infections that began in places including the Northeast and Puerto Rico is now being seen in other parts of the country.As the Omicron wave subsided in the United States earlier this year, many experts anticipated a sort of reprieve. That break now seems to be over.

A rise in Covid cases in U.S. signals end of Omicron's reprieve

As Covid continues to spread rapidly, are many people catching Omicron for a second time?As Covid continues to spread rapidly, are many people catching Omicron for a second time?

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As the Omicron variant recedes, cities and states with the longest mask and vaccine mandates are rapidly lifting them. The abrupt shift has unsettled the most vigilant Americans.As the Omicron variant recedes, cities and states with the longest mask and vaccine mandates are rapidly lifting them. The abrupt shift has unsettled the most vigilant Americans.

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The percentages are even higher among teens. With many COVID-19 tests results no longer reported, the CDC turned to a more reliable measure among people with previous infection.The percentages are even higher among teens. With many COVID-19 tests results no longer reported, the CDC turned to a more reliable measure among people with previous infection.

Almost 60% of US Population Has Been Infected by COVID-19: CDC

The percentages are even higher among teens. With many COVID-19 tests results no longer reported, the CDC turned to a more reliable measure among people with previous infection.The percentages are even higher among teens. With many COVID-19 tests results no longer reported, the CDC turned to a more reliable measure among people with previous infection.

Almost 60% of U.S. Has Been Infected by COVID-19, CDC Says

After coronavirus vaccines, antivirals and a monoclonal antibody are the next line of defense, but the treatments may be hard for some people to find.

Here’s the latest good and bad news about COVID-19 drugs | Science News

The past two summers saw increased cases, hospitalizations and death, but health experts say this summer may be different.The past two summers saw increased cases, hospitalizations and death, but health experts say this summer may be different.

Is COVID endemic? What experts say Americans should expect this summer

  This article is part of Harvard Medical School’s continuing coverage of COVID-19.MassCPR experts discuss the current state of the pandemic and therapies for COVID-19

A Troubling Trend | Harvard Medical School

UK Expert Weighs in on What Lies Ahead for COVID-19 | UKNow

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A study by FAU researchers explored the influence of perceptions of COVID-19 on prevention practices early in the pandemic in 719 members of a public social-media focused group. A study by FAU researchers explored the influence of perceptions of COVID-19 on prevention practices early in the pandemic in 719 members of a public social-media focused group.

FAU | COVID-19 Severity Influences Prevention More than Fear of Getting It

The impact of chronic disease and the inequitable burden of COVID-19 must be addressed, two experts contend.The impact of chronic disease and the inequitable burden of COVID-19 must be addressed as the U.S. moves into a new pandemic phase, two experts contend.

‘New normal’ pandemic strategies must address chronic disease crisis, experts contend

Michelle Barron, MD, discusses eight lessons learned throughout her work as an infectious diseases doctor during the COVID-19 pandemic.Michelle Barron, MD, discusses eight lessons learned throughout her work as an infectious diseases doctor during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Eight Lessons Learned From the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Future waves of increased Covid-19 transmission in the US are still possible and may require another round of vaccinations.Future waves of increased Covid-19 transmission in the US are still possible and may require another round of vaccinations.

A fourth Covid-19 booster dose may be needed to prevent a return to 'pandemic phase' - Clinical Trials Arena

New cases of COVID are up 50% nationwide, driven by the BA.2 subvariant and, increasingly the even more contagious BA.12.2.1 strain.New cases of COVID are up 50% nationwide, driven by the BA.2 subvariant and, increasingly the even more contagious BA.12.2.1 strain.

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Despite a decline in positive cases, SU students should continue to follow COVID-19 precautions to ensure the pandemic comes to an end soon.Opinion | Despite a decline in positive cases, SU students should continue to follow COVID-19 precautions to ensure the pandemic comes to an end soon.

SU should keep in mind that the pandemic is far from over

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The sub-variants of Omicron-BA.5 and BA.5 are more transmissible, and can dodge some of the immune protection conferred by previous infection and vaccination, as per the scientistsThe sub-variants of Omicron-BA.5 and BA.5 are more transmissible, and can dodge some of the immune protection conferred by previous infection and vaccination, as per the scientists

Early Signs That Covid-19 Virus Is Evolving Differently, Experts Reveal | Mint

Rising case counts, an eventual shift to an endemic phase and more.Rising case counts, an eventual shift to an endemic phase and more.

5 takeaways from Johns Hopkins’ future-of-the-pandemic event - News

As the United States closes in on a million deaths due to COVID-19, experts from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health on Tuesday weighed in on what's next during "A New Phase of COVID-19: What Lies Ahead – from Surges to Long-Haulers." In the last three weeks, COVID-19 cases have been rising again to levels not seen since the Delta variant surge last year, accordingThe AHA, AMA and others are urging HHS to maintain the public health emergency, which is set to expire in mid-May.

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"The virus that brought us COVID-19 is now going through accelerated evolution. Our vaccines must do the same.""The virus that brought us COVID-19 is now going through accelerated evolution. Our vaccines must do the same."

COVID vaccines need to be evolving much faster

SA positivity rate surges to 23% from 19% in one day, with scientists pointing to two Omicron variants as the culpritsSA positivity rate surges to 23% from 19% in one day, with scientists pointing to two Omicron variants as the culprits

After two years of playing cat-and-mouse, Covid is now more predictable: studies

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Talks of new normal fail to incorporate lessons from two years of COVIDTalks of new normal fail to incorporate lessons from two years of COVID

Researchers warn against national strategies for new normal with COVID-19

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What will COVID-19 be like this summer? Will there still be a pandemic this summer? Is the U.S. prepared for other COVID variants? Although COVID-19 infections have dropped from the winter, some parts of the country are seeing an uptick in cases. What will the pandemic look like this summer?

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Two years of innovation and learning throughout the COVID-19 pandemic have equipped us with the tech and experience to effectively manage future outbreaks.Two years of innovation and learning throughout the COVID-19 pandemic have equipped us with the tech and experience to effectively manage future outbreaks.

COVID-19 has taught us how to deal with future pandemics | World Economic Forum

Get answers to the most commonly asked Covid-19 questions, like when you need to isolate, and if you can catch it twice.Get answers to the most commonly asked Covid-19 questions, like when you need to isolate, and if you can catch it twice.

Top Covid questions: Can I get Covid twice? Should I still test? | BHF

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Cory Franklin and Robert Weinstein The COVID-19 pandemic has taken another turn with new variants BA.2 and BA.2.12.1, which are apparently more contagious but…Cory Franklin and Robert Weinstein The COVID-19 pandemic has taken another turn with new variants BA.2 and BA.2.12.1, which are apparently more contagious but less severe than their predecessors…

Commentary: The US response to COVID-19 hasn’t been a train wreck. We’re just average | Times Leader

The past two pandemic summers saw a spike in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and death, but this season may be different.

What will COVID-19 look like this summer? Health experts say the virus won't be endemic, yet

It is daunting to think that there could be another pandemic in this lifetime. Understanding and documenting behavioral aspects during the COVID-19 pandemic will help to better prepare society for the next one.It is daunting to think that there could be another pandemic in this lifetime. Understanding and documenting behavioral aspects during the COVID-19 pandemic will help to better prepare society for the next one.

COVID-19 severity has a stronger influence on prevention practices, study shows

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Two researchers are warning against national strategies for a “new normal” of life with COVID-19, because they focus too much on the SARS-CoV-2 virus and toTwo researchers are warning against national strategies for a “new normal” of life with COVID-19, because they focus too much on the SARS-CoV-2 virus and to

Health experts caution against ‘new normal’ strategies for COVID-19