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The COVID-19 pandemic: One year later

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Contemporary Pediatrics sat down with Andrew J. Schuman, MD, FAAP, about the lessons learned in the pandemic and what his thoughts are about when it might end.

It's been about a year since the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic started in earnest in the United States. A lot has changed in a year and other things haven't changed so much.

Contemporary Pediatrics sat down with Andrew J. Schuman, MD, FAAP, about the lessons learned in the pandemic and what his thoughts are about when it might end.

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