Global trends may offer COVID hope heading into fall
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The New York Times looked into COVID-19 surge data from around the world and found many places experience a two-month surge followed by a rapid decline in cases.
For example, India’s case count peaked in April 2021, driven by the Delta variant, but then dropped off to almost none. The Times reports Britain followed a similar pattern.
Data from Florida shows a slew of cases over the summer months, but they already seem to be dropping.
All of the data could be an indicator that Northland cases will peak soon and then fall off as we head into autumn.