Normalcy Now | Opinion by Jason Richwine https://t.co/MVeY3gAUNO— National Review (@NRO) September 13, 2021
...Whatever influence the interventions may have on viral spread, it is clearly not enough to prevent major waves of infection from washing over the country, region by region, on a largely seasonal basis. We have 18 months’ worth of proof. That’s why I’m uninterested in debating the quality of that Bangladeshi mask study or poring over infection trends in states with different indoor capacity rules or arguing whether self-quarantines should be ten days or 14 days. Why fight over interventions that are marginal at best? They do not change COVID’s basic pattern, which is a series of seasonal waves that will continue until infection has become sufficiently widespread.
So although we have no choice about the endpoint, we do have a choice about how we get there. We can keep on masking and distancing and quarantining and tut-tutting at people who congregate in large groups, or we can return to normal life as the virus completes its pandemic phase. I vote for normal life....
ADAMS: Yes, The Kids And Teachers Are Back. No, We Aren’t Okay https://t.co/041CZ7VxIb— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) September 13, 2021
Kamala Harris Doesn't Seem to Believe the Vaccine Works— RedState (@RedState) September 13, 2021