State of Affairs: Nov 1, 2021

The United States’ case rate has begun to plateau. On a global scale, Europe has a sharp incline in cases. For once, though, the incline isn’t due to the UK but rather everyone else (Ireland, Greece, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Russia). This is not welcome news going into the winter months. Last year, before our biggest wave yet, cases started to increase in late October 2020. Obviously the landscape has changed thanks to vaccines, but we still have a large proportion of a vulnerable Americans: 5.5 million are immunocompromised and

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