The Pandemic Is Over, Yet Death Is Still Here

How the end of the CDC’s indoor masking recommendation may go down in history

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Historians may come to see May 13, 2021, as the effective end of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. The date isn’t a milestone in a downward trend of deaths or disease. In fact, that week saw about 4,300 Covid-19 deaths, equating to about 225,000 deaths if…

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Justin Feldman

Justin Feldman

I’m a social epidemiologist and Health & Human Rights Fellow at the Harvard FXB Center.

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