It appears ‘the hammer & the dance’ will be with us for a long time
by Adam Taggart
As much as we would just like it to go away, second waves of covid-19 infections are pretty much a certainty at this point.We’re already seeing initial proof of this in Asia in the very countries that have to-date been most successful at suppressing the virus: Hong Kong, China and South Korea.
Even after extended lulls in cases, they’re finding that opening social movement back up results in flare-ups in new covid-19 clusters.
It’s quite possible that these second waves will be followed by third and fourth waves, as a growing number of scientists worry that the coronavirus may never go away — as it can hide in asymptomatic carriers and because it mutates so rapidly that a permanent vaccine may not be realistic.