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The spring remains a pandemic mystery. Then: Should parents set screen-time limits for kids while they’re at home?
America’s pandemic fortunes are finally changing. At long last, case numbers and hospitalizations are headed in a promising direction, boosting hopes that the country can exit this nightmarish national Groundhog Day. But still more uncertainty lies ahead.
January was the deadliest month yet.
Mutating viruses and vaccine progress will define February.
The variant in Brazil is exposing the world's vulnerability, James Hamblin warns. Meanwhile, some vaccine recipients are getting their second doses, giving their immune systems a rude (but normal) awakening, Katherine J. Wu reports.
What’ll happen this spring remains a mystery.
“The pandemic’s medium-term future remains the biggest outstanding question,” Robinson Meyer writes.
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