Americans need to prepare for a predictable Southern summer surge of Covid-19

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Covid has been going on for almost three years since the first cases were discovered of this virus. Everyone in the world has been touched in some way by this virus; whether it’s restrictions, mandates, illness, death, or financial gain or loss, almost everyone has altered their lives, and we are more than ready to move on to a new chapter.

That being said, some trends have become evident over the last couple of years, and one of those is that Southern states, for whatever reason, have a case surge, and Northern states expect the same come fall and winter.

Why does this happen? It’s hard to pinpoint anything as the fundamental cause of this; however, logically, it could be due to people in the South being indoors in Summer, and Northern residents tend to be mostly indoors during the fall or winter due to the weather.  As people are out and about and get infected, they bring it home to their family members as everyone stays indoors. At least this has been the trend and something to be aware of as we continue with our daily lives.

To see more on this topic, please visit the following:

  1. The US should prepare for a predictable Southern summer surge of Covid-19, Birx says, CNN
  2. Birx says the US must prepare for the summer COVID surge as immunity wanes. The Hill
  3. Birx: US should prepare for COVID surge in the South  Axios
  4. The US should prepare for a predictable Southern summer surge of Covid-19, Birx says – KION546  KION
  5. View Full Coverage on Google News

John Nightbridge is a veteran reporter, researcher, and economic policy major from UCLA. Passionate about world issues and potential ways to solve them is a significant focus of his work. Writing freelance and reading the news are John’s passions at work. Outside of work, it’s all about sky diving, surfing, and stock market modeling.

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