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What the Future May Hold for the Coronavirus and Us

As the virus spread, more mutations sprang up, giving rise to even more transmissible variants. First came Alpha, which was about 50 percent more infectious than the original virus, and soon Delta, which was, in turn, roughly 50 percent more infectious than Alpha.“Now we’re basically in a Delta pandemic,” said Robert Garry, a virologist at Tulane University. “So another surge, another spread of a slightly better variant.”Although some experts were surprised to see the…


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