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White House Says COVID-19 Case Counts Could Double Later in 2022
While we’ve seen signs of endemicity in the last couple of months, the tides have shifted drastically. Now, the White House is warning of a possible spike in COVID-19 cases later in the year. The case counts are expected to land at 100 million, which would double America’s overall reported cases.
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California Reveals Plans for Living With COVID-19
The State of California has always had forward-thinking governance, pioneering innovative efforts to fight COVID-19. While other States resume or drop mask mandates and are implementing strategies to curb the spread of COVID-19, California is the first to take an endemic approach that scraps mandates and instead puts focus on prevention and reaction.
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U.S. To Relax COVID-19 Mandates as Cases Decline

With changes in Omicron’s impact also comes adjustments on current COVID-19 health and safety protocols. According to Fauci, the U.S. is gearing up to relax currently mandated rules and restrictions implemented to prevent Omicron’s further spread. 

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Should COVID-19 Vaccination Be Mandatory in Schools?: Here's What Experts Think

While several states are already considering implementing vaccine mandates in the educational setting, experts think that it’s too early to require children to get their COVID-19 shots. According to a professor at the Hastings College of Law in California, vaccine mandates are currently premature, and considering the rate of vaccine hesitancy, it would be best to introduce it three to six months later down the line. 

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