What does 'endemic Covid-19' really mean?

The removal of mandated restrictions means that we have to make decisions based on our individual risk tolerance, e.g. some might only want to eat out at places with open-air dining. — Photos: Filepic

There is a lot of ongoing debate regarding classifying the disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus as a pandemic or as endemic.

Many of us would like definitive answers, in order to “get on with things”.

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