Officials Say There May Be 100 Million New COVID Infections This Fall and Winter

Published May 9, 2022

MSN and Yahoo! quoted Thomas A. Russo, MD, SUNY Distinguished Professor of medicine and chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases, in a story about 100 million new COVID-19 infections are estimated for the U.S. this fall and winter. “This virus is unfortunately a keeper,” Russo said. “It’s going to be minimally like flu where we see intermittent surges and winter respiratory virus season is an unquestionable time when we’re going to see a surge.”