The Washington Post   |  August 20, 2020

“You’ve got this perfect storm in autumn. Everyone is back from vacation. Some are going back to work. In some parts of the country, schools are starting,” said Lawrence Gostin, a global health professor at Georgetown University. “You have a mass migration, and with it people are going to be bringing both influenza and covid-19. … To me, there is no plausible reason why we wouldn’t have both.”

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