By LAURAN NEERGAARD and CARLA K. JOHNSON, AP Medical Writers
The fast-moving omicron variant is complicating a key question: How does the COVID-19 pandemic end and the world coexist with this virus?
Experts agree that the coronavirus is here to stay.
Ending the pandemic won't be like flipping a light switch. Nor do scientists expect omicron to be the last mutant.
But at some point, different parts of the world — probably at different times — will tamp down the virus enough to ease up on the constant state of red alert and to consider it another of the health threats we live with.
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