In this post, science communicator Adama Saccoh of The Catalyst in Me discusses the lessons she has learned from following COVID-19 news.
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Is a post-COVID-19 world possible? Will COVID-19 become endemic? Should we have done it all differently? What about a vaccine? What are the major troubles we are facing? Nidhi Parekh of The Shared Microscope examines what the experts have to say on these questions.