Year three of the pandemic: one million plus dead in America and we’re moving on

997,083.

That’s the number of Americans killed by COVID-19 so far, according to the CDC.

We think of it as a million, if we think of it at all. That’s not just because large statistics are often hard to parse, but also because nobody trusts anybody’s numbers now. COVID-19 testing has fallen off the map, thanks to the success of personal tests, which usually go unreported to public health systems; the lack of interest at local, state, and federal levels to coordinate on…

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Bryan Alexander

Futurist, speaker, writer, consultant, educator. Author of the FTTE report and ACADEMIA NEXT. Creator of The Future Trends Forum.