Medical community weighs what ‘living with’ COVID-19 would mean

Unlike the flu, COVID-19 is not currently considered endemic in the U.S., meaning a manageable disease that always causes a certain amount of sickness, perhaps spiking at times, and is confined to one or more regions. But experts insist it is only a matter of time before this pandemic — still spreading in multiple states and nations — instead becomes endemic, at least in this country. Read the Full Article.