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Here's why COVID-19 trends are hard to predict three years into the pandemic

The capacity to develop and produce vaccines quickly will stand us in good stead for future pandemics. Image: Pexels/Gustavo Fring

Duncan Robertson
Senior Lecturer in Management Sciences, Loughborough University
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The next stages of the pandemic will also be influenced by people’s behaviour.
The next stages of the pandemic will also be influenced by people’s behaviour. Image: Unsplash/CDC.

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