Is the end of the pandemic in sight?

Assuming that SARS-CoV-2 is close to becoming endemic: Why will testing remain crucial for the time being?
Assessing where we stand with COVID-19.

Andrea Lutz
Published on March 31, 2022

On average, COVID-19 has killed 99 people in Europe every hour since the pandemic began. Worldwide, 375 million people were infected in the first two years – and 5.6 million of them died with or from the virus.[1] Many people were forced into poverty, and children’s mental health has suffered.[2] Now, however, the tide seems to be turning at last. 

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“No one is safe until everyone is safe”

By Andrea Lutz
Andrea Lutz is a journalist and business trainer specialized on medical topics, technology, and healthcare IT. She lives in Nuremberg, Germany.