As COVID Surges, We’re Not in the Endgame, We’re Mired in Uncertainty

Posted on AllSides September 8th, 2021
From The Left
Gerald Herbert/AP
OPINION

Just three months ago, the United States averaged fewer than 25,000 COVID infections a day, with an average of 627 COVID deaths over a seven-day period. It was the end of May and it seemed as if the light at the end of the proverbial COVID tunnel was near just as the “hot vax summer” was about to begin. 

Then, as more and more Americans became vaccinated, too many—to the tune of 47 percent of Americans as of Sunday—have refused. And among that group of people, the more transmissible Delta...

Read full story

Mother Jones

AllSides Media Bias Rating: Left
AllSides Media Bias Rating: Left
You agree.
Thank you! Community votes alone don't determine our ratings, but are valuable feedback and can prompt us to do more research.
109874/85729
See full bias rating for Mother Jones
Learn about media bias
https://www.motherjones.com/coronavirus-updates/2021/09/as-covid-surges-were-not-in-the-endgame-were-mired-in-uncertainty/

More News about Coronavirus from the Left, Center and Right

From the Left

From the Center

From the Right