In 2019, the federal government is expected to release its annual update on the state of the pandemic.
This is a good time to take a look at how we got here.
We’re starting to see some signs of progress, though.
We’ve seen the vaccine become available for all Americans, and we’ve seen a surge in the number of cases.
This means we’re now in a period of relative safety and efficacy.
But the good news is that there are still many unknowns and uncertainties that affect the pandemics response.
We still don’t know how the vaccine will work.
And, of course, the pandemaker is still operating under a huge amount of uncertainty, with many questions unanswered and many unknown variables.
In the coming weeks, I’ll take a closer look at some of the more critical issues that still need to be answered and explore how we can take advantage of these new and improved opportunities.