Despite recent setbacks in Michigan and elsewhere, the United States is gradually approaching the day when we may be able to declare the COVID-19 pandemic under control — within our borders, that is. But that won’t mean the problem is over in the rest of the world — or even here at home in the long run. Until there is worldwide control of the virus, the pandemic will continue to affect our health, our economy and even our safety from terrorism.
The pandemic won’t end anywhere until it’s under control everywhere
April 19, 2021