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Does anyone think these winter months will pose the greatest threat to our road to pandemic recovery?   

#overcoming pandemic


Anthony Williams
@Anthony · Posted 29 Oct. 2021


Ryan M
@RyanM · Posted 30 Oct. 2021

Honestly, no. I think the winter season (if you live in a colder climate) is great at slowing the virus down if anything. Consider that most people aren't going to be outside and out and about as much during a winter season, this should hopefully drop the totals down somewhat. At least in those cold areas. 

As well, the vaccine is out, and kids have just been confirmed to be allowed to take a new vaccine soon. So it seems we're working out way to an ending of this virus, when that ending is, I don't know, but I hope it's soon.


Debbie Katz Free Spirit
@debkatz78 · Posted 31 Oct. 2021

Flu season tends to be February through April in the US. A lot of people think it is when the weather starts getting colder but it is actually near the end of winter and the beginning of spring when it is worse. This is because a lot of people who live in climates that see snow, their levels of D3 are depleted and they are more susceptible to colds and flus. Assuming people keep on using common sense (masks, washing hands, taking vitamins, etc.) things should not be any worse. 

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