AUA Summit - COVID-19 Update: Hope Moving Forward


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COVID-19 Update: Hope Moving Forward

COVID-19 Update: Hope Moving Forward

Posted on: 18 Feb 2022

Woman taking mask off and smelling the air outside.

As we approach the month of March, many people are feeling tired of living in this pandemic for two years. The good news is as spring is right around the corner, the chance to gather outside with warmer weather brings hope to more “normalcy” in our lives. As more time passes, medical experts progress more and more with treatments and preventions for COVID-19, which may allow people to feel a bit more at ease as they go about their daily lives.

Many people believe we will live with COVID-19 for a long time, just like the flu, but it still may be too early to tell. New info is being presented to the public monthly, weekly and even daily. We know based on the info given by medical experts that being vaccinated and even boosted is each person’s best defense against getting severe COVID-19 and spreading it to others. As the weather gets warmer and as cases continue to go down, we may see more mask mandates being lifted.

It may seem hard to keep up with all the news and info. Check out the latest news on our COVID-19 Resource Center. Here are just a few of the latest articles:

New Legislation Aims To Extend Telehealth Access For Medicare Beneficiaries After Pandemic Has Ended

Biden Administration Weighs New Pandemic Measures As States Begin Easing Mask Mandates

Fauci Says US Exiting “The Full-Blown Pandemic Phase” Of COVID-19

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