Dr. James Hamblin: We May Have A ‘Wonderful’ Summer In 2021

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FILE - In this Aug. 11, 2020, file photo, women wear masks to help prevent the spread of coronavirus at the end of a beach day in Ogunquit, Maine. The virus, which killed more than 230 in Maine and crippled the state's economy, was voted unanimous top story of 2020 in Maine by The Associated Press. Robert F. Bukaty, File / AP Photo
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FILE - In this Aug. 11, 2020, file photo, women wear masks to help prevent the spread of coronavirus at the end of a beach day in Ogunquit, Maine. The virus, which killed more than 230 in Maine and crippled the state's economy, was voted unanimous top story of 2020 in Maine by The Associated Press. Robert F. Bukaty, File / AP Photo

Dr. James Hamblin: We May Have A ‘Wonderful’ Summer In 2021

Declining COVID-19 cases and accelerated vaccination rates point toward a ‘wonderful’ summer, according to physician and writer for The Atlantic, James Hamblin.

He shares with Reset why he’s cautiously optimistic. Hamblin’s latest article is titled, “A Quite Possibly Wonderful Summer.”

GUEST: James Hamblin, physician; staff writer at The Atlantic; lecturer at Yale School of Public Health; author of the book Clean: The New Science of Skin