With Hugs and Haircuts, U.S. Epidemiologists Start Returning (Carefully!) to Everyday Life

Vaccinations mean the pandemic is moving to a phase when behavior will depend on people’s individual tolerance for risk.



By Margot Sanger-Katz, Claire Cain Miller and Kevin Quealy

Epidemiologists are starting to hug again.

They’re also running errands, gathering outdoors with friends and getting haircuts in far greater numbers than before.

What Epidemiologists Are Doing Now

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