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It’s a Great Idea with No Consequences. As Long as we Don’t Talk About the Consequences Share
So the idea of returning to something akin to normal — releasing everyone from a kind of jail — is attractive, even seductive. It becomes less seductive when one examines three enormously important omissions in the declaration.
And from The Wall Street Journal today (summarized by Morning Brew):
Doctors don’t know yet if antibodies = immunity, but it may not matter. A study published Monday showed the number of people with antibodies dropped significantly (27%) in a three-month period, indicating that any immunity could be temporary.
I'm starting to think we might have to actually do something about this pandemic.