COVID-19 in 2021: What’s it going to look like?

Jag Singh
5 min readNov 9, 2020

Over the course of 2020, we have recalibrated our lives and our expectations in the face of a ruthless virus and insufficient measures to control it. And while the recent election of a new US administration may bring a sliver of hope in reversing some of the damage that our country has endured, the uncertainty of this novel Coronavirus in 2021 remains.

The virus has already shown us that, as a nation, we have been pretty reckless and whatever we could do wrong, we have done. Our adherence to face masks and our ability to engage in contact tracing…

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Jag Singh

Physician, Scientist & Professor at Harvard. Passionate about social issues, leadership, digital health & medical innovations. @JagSinghMD