Part of accepting the reality of endemic covid is understanding that our policies need to be sustainable *in perpetuity*.
If we’re doing something *after* mass vaccination, then we need to be prepared to do that *forever*.
So ask yourself, is the current reality sustainable?
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I'm not suggesting there's a nefarious agenda. I'm saying policymakers need to acknowledge the reality that Covid is going to be an endemic disease, meaning we will always have Covid cases, and make policy based on that.