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A second COVID-19 wave? Here are six lessons from the first

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As COVID-19 spread across the globe, governments looked to epidemiologists to slow its transmission.

Without a vaccine, large-scale testing capacity and sufficient critical-care beds, epidemiologists pushed countries to enact social distancing measures and to lock down economies. These policies saved lives and bought time to better understand the virus…..

https://ucalgary.ca/news/second-covid-19-wave-here-are-six-lessons-first?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTVdWa09XRTFNMlk1T1dGaiIsInQiOiJqZm9qM1J1OFwvcSttOWRRSmtIWm9kTWQzXC9RSU8zdHQ5ZHJCejhpcit2cG14VVBKdmkrek81VkZNcFBFbjFnblBiS0c3UnIrMGRYK0EyNWhiOUFOSHU3R09yU0hNKzlvN3RLeVRnZk92QmNZOG5jM3BseWt1djJQQ3RDeDhoOWk1In0%3D

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