Sunday, January 16, 2022


Political Wire sums it up:
NBC News: “Since it arrived in the United States, the Covid-19 virus has been a national story that is felt at the local level. Different communities have experienced the worst of the pandemic at different times. The pandemic started as a coastal story back in 2020, but it wasn’t long until it moved into the country as the virus spread.”

“Now, the omicron variant could take those local differences to new heights, driven by discrepancies in vaccination rates and hospital availability, and the data suggests that rural communities, in particular, could be headed for some hard weeks ahead.”

New York Times: U.S. surgeon general warns that Omicron has not yet peaked.

Dog Breath, In The Year Of The Plague (Yr. III)

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