- A new coronavirus update from a Johns Hopkins professor predicts some of the best pandemic-related news we've heard yet.
- Because of how many people have already been infected in the US as well as vaccinated, this prediction is that herd immunity and normal life will arrive over the next few months, as we get closer to summer.
- So far, more than 28.1 million coronavirus cases have been reported in the US.
Each day's coronavirus update we report is often based, at least in part, on data derived from Johns Hopkins University's COVID-19 dashboard, which has been tracking the pandemic since its inception and shows that the US has now reported more than 28.1 million cases and more than 500,000 coronavirus deaths.
This is why it was a little surprising in recent days to see a Johns Hopkins professor, of all people, pen a widely-shared Wall Street Journal opinion piece predicting the following: The COVID news of late is actually better than most people realize, and our "normal" lives might even be in full swing again, or close to it, in a matter of months. Sometime between April and summer.
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