Future of COVID-19 Pandemic : Short Wave Many experts warn there will be more infections on the downslope of the omicron surge, but the U.S. is on the path to the virus becoming endemic — and that should mean fewer interruptions to daily life. Take a listen to Rachel Martin chat with health correspondent Allison Aubrey about what's next in the pandemic on Morning Edition.

You can email the show at ShortWave@NPR.org.

What's Next For The Pandemic? Will COVID-19 Become Endemic Soon?

What's Next For The Pandemic? Will COVID-19 Become Endemic Soon?

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Many experts warn there will be more infections on the downslope of the omicron surge, but this U.S. is on the path to the virus becoming endemic — and that should mean fewer interruptions to daily life. Take a listen to Rachel Martin chat with health correspondent Allison Aubrey about what's next in the pandemic on Morning Edition.

You can email the show at ShortWave@NPR.org.