The hunt for herd immunity: Suddenly, the U.S. seems in better shape on COVID-19
2021-02-22 from cbc.ca
For the last year, stories about hard-hit American communities clobbered by COVID-19 served as a cautionary tale. Its worst-hit states like North Dakota, South Dakota, and Arizona evoked a mixture of pity and horror at an out-of-control pandemic.
The months of October and November remain a blur of never-ending work days for Rishi Seth, a Winnipeg-born doctor working the COVID-19 ward at the Sanford medical centre in Fargo, N.D.
Cases came crashing like a human tsunami into his hospital's ever-expanding COVID-19 unit, which started on one floor, then expanded to another, and another.
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