Morning Jolt: The Biden Administration Has an Epiphany on Covid-19 . . . Too Late

On the menu today. Long after it would do any good, the Biden administration realizes that public discussion of the Covid-19 pandemic should not be focusing on the total number of cases and instead should be focused on severe infections and hospitalizations — just as the newsletter you're reading has been insisting for months; the CDC vaccination data may not be as accurate as we thought; Joe Manchin finally makes the Biden administration and progressives pay for their arrogance; and recalling Jen Psaki's snippy answer about a proposal to send Covid-19 tests to every American.

Biden's Team: Wait, Maybe Counting Covid-19 Cases Isn't the Best Measurement after All

This newsletter, September 20: "Cases are no longer the useful measurement of this pandemic. Fully vaccinated people can catch the virus, and the vast majority of cases will be mildly symptomatic."

This newsletter, November 18 ...

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WITH JIM GERAGHTY December 20 2021
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WITH JIM GERAGHTY December 20 2021
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The Biden Administration Has an Epiphany on Covid-19 . . . Too Late

On the menu today. Long after it would do any good, the Biden administration realizes that public discussion of the Covid-19 pandemic should not be focusing on the total number of cases and instead should be focused on severe infections and hospitalizations — just as the newsletter you're reading has been insisting for months; the CDC vaccination data may not be as accurate as we thought; Joe Manchin finally makes the Biden administration and progressives pay for their arrogance; and recalling Jen Psaki's snippy answer about a proposal to send Covid-19 tests to every American.

Biden's Team: Wait, Maybe Counting Covid-19 Cases Isn't the Best Measurement after All

This newsletter, September 20: "Cases are no longer the useful measurement of this pandemic. Fully vaccinated people can catch the virus, and the vast majority of cases will be mildly symptomatic."

This newsletter, November 18 ...   READ MORE

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