- As states push forward with plans to ease restrictions and as protests over the death of George Floyd engulf the nation, a slow burn of infection through the summer could lead to a massive resurgence this fall.
- The protests now consuming the country will contribute to even greater spread of the virus, a dozen epidemiologists and public health specialists told CNBC.
- “It’s heartbreaking on a number of levels, for sure from the infectious diseases and epidemiology levels,” said Dr. Katie Passaretti
Hundreds of protesters made their way toward Barclays Center in Brooklyn to demonstrate against police brutality, May 29, 2020.
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The U.S. is heading for a nasty second wave of Covid-19 infections this fall as the coronavirus circulates while protests rage across the nation over George Floyd’s death and…
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