Living with covid: How can the pandemic end and what will it be like?

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For some, the phrase “living with covid” means removing all restrictions. But the actions we take now will determine how many more people die of covid – and whether we’re doomed to keep chasing new variants

Health 18 January 2022

By Michael Marshall

Mask wearing at a theatre in Antwerp, Belgium, last month

Mask wearing at a theatre in Antwerp, Belgium, last month

JONAS ROOSENS/BELGA/AFP via Getty Images

After two years of mass deaths, long covid, social distancing, cancelled weddings and isolated funerals, increasing numbers of political leaders are saying it is time to “live with covid”. In England, legal requirements for self-isolation and contact tracing could end in March, while measures such as working from home where possible and covid passports may be removed within weeks. But just how close to the end of the pandemic are we? And what will the end really look like?

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