No Second Wuhan Wave in U. S. Northeast Herd Immunity Achieved Now Rest of Country Catching Up to That


Back in April during the peak of the pandemic, governor Andrew Cuomo said that at least half of all New Yorkers had been wuhan infected, which is bearing out by the fact that there has been no second wave there (nor in Connecticut and New Jersey), indicating that herd immunity has been achieved, yet what could by called a second wave of the wuhan has affected much of the U. S. Southeast and Southwest, thus herd immunity soon following, perhaps by September.