What are the answers to the most important questions about the COVID-19 pandemic? What must America do to stop the spread of the virus?
As global citizens, parents, spouses, and advisors, this week we begin a new series looking at COVID-19-related questions. Every week, we will provide updates on what we learn as we explore new questions.
This week we spoke with John Barry, author of The Great Influenza. During our conversation, he underscored that COVID-19 is a completely new disease that will be with humans forever. Until a vaccine is developed that is 100% effective, the focus will be on managing the virus from both an economic and personal perspective.
The longer incubation period of COVID-19 compared to other influenzas (up to 3x longer) amplifies the difficulties in controlling the spread of the virus, and a lack of testing is omitting asymptomatic carriers, notes B...
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