Covid Winter may be extraordinarily bad

I ran across The National Respiratory and Enteric Virus Surveillance System (NREVSS) National Trends a few days back. This shows the past two years’ history of four non-COVID-19 coronaviruses in the United States. These start to appear in testing around mid-October, peak from late December to April, and fade by late-May to June. The common trend and other data for COVID-19 strongly suggest winter as the disease’s most prolific season. ...

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