Will the Delta Variant Peak and Then Burn Out?

Ali Mokdad, PhD, main tactic officer for population health and fitness, College of Washington, Seattle.

Eric Topol, MD, government vice president, Scripps Investigate founder and director, Scripps Investigate Translational Institute, La Jolla, CA editor-in-main, Medscape.

Justin Lessler, PhD, professor of epidemiology, College of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Amesh Adalja, MD, senior scholar, Johns Hopkins Heart for Wellbeing Security, Baltimore.

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