We’ve Made a Lot of Covid-19 Progress, but It’s Fragile

Every 10% additional non-compliant people adds to 100,000 lost lives

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If you want to avoid getting and spreading Covid-19, Mark Meadows is right. There’s not one thing you can do. There are six.

The truth is no one thing works perfectly — including a vaccine. But a combination of things works great…




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Former Medicare, Medicaid & ACA head for Pres. Barack Obama. https://twitter.com/ASlavitt

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