Is the COVID-19 pandemic's end in sight? 'We're going to live with the virus,' Dr. David Agus says

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With flu season approaching, Dr. David Agus also urged people to get their flu shots.

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With flu season approaching, Dr. David Agus also urged people to get their flu shots.

With flu season approaching, Dr. David Agus also urged people to get their flu shots.

The director of the World Health Organization said this week that"the end is in sight" for the coronavirus pandemic. CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus said although he believes the U.S. is"at the end of the pandemic," COVID-19 is not necessarily"over."

"I do think COVID-19 is going to continue," Agus told"CBS Mornings" on Friday."It is not going to be a pandemic that shuts things down. We're going to live with the virus. We're not going to hide from it. People are still going to get it."

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03:21 The director of the World Health Organization said this week that"the end is in sight" for the coronavirus pandemic.David Agus Physician The director of the World Health Organization said this week that "the end is in sight" for the coronavirus pandemic.Copyright © 2022 NBCUniversal Media, LLC.September 15, 2022 at 6:00 a.

CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus said although he believes the U. David Agus said although he believes the U.S. is"at the end of the pandemic," COVID-19 is not necessarily"over. is "at the end of the pandemic," COVID-19 is not necessarily "over." "I do think COVID-19 is going to continue," Agus told"CBS Mornings" on Friday. That’s intentional, and one of the most successful aspects of a production that is fundamentally light and playful.

"It is not going to be a pandemic that shuts things down. "It is not going to be a pandemic that shuts things down. We're going to live with the virus. We're not going to hide from it. We're not going to hide from it. People are still going to get it." The physician said booster shots and Pfizer's  Paxlovid  pill will help keep people from dying or being hospitalized from the virus." The physician said booster shots and Pfizer's  Paxlovid  pill will help keep people from dying or being hospitalized from the virus. Its world premiere in Denver on Tuesday, Sept.

"We're going to have to get used to testing when we feel sick and staying home," he said."This is our regular cadence for the next couple years. "This is our regular cadence for the next couple years." He encouraged people to become fully vaccinated against COVID if they haven't yet, adding that it is safe to mix booster doses and that doing so provides a"bump in immunity." And with flu season approaching, Agus also urged people to get their flu shots." And with flu season approaching, Agus also urged people to get their flu shots.  "For two years — 40 million people normally get [the flu] a year — they didn't, so we have less immunity to the flu," he said. Instead of seating a large audience — as in Byrne’s Tony-winning musical “American Utopia” concert/musical — “Theater of the Mind” whisks groups of 16 people at a time through shifting “memories” of Byrne’s semi-fictionalized childhood.

He also pushed for more monkeypox vaccines to be provided to communities where the virus is spreading. He also pushed for more monkeypox vaccines to be provided to communities where the virus is spreading.  "It's still in this population of individuals, gay men predominantly," Agus said."We need to get more vaccines to them, and if they do get it, we need to treat them because we have treatments that work, so monkeypox, unfortunately, it's spread like wildfire, but now it's getting under control. "We need to get more vaccines to them, and if they do get it, we need to treat them because we have treatments that work, so monkeypox, unfortunately, it's spread like wildfire, but now it's getting under control." Coronavirus Crisis .