RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Right now, a year into the pandemic, the scariest Covid-19 story is not in Brazil. Nor in Texas, where its governor is still pretending he might be able to ignore the pandemic into oblivion.
Rather the most alarming situation is in Europe. There, for unclear reasons, the pandemic appears to be in the earliest stages of resurgence. The World Health Organization (WHO) in Europe announced on March 4 that after six weeks of decline, cases in the continent rose by a staggering 9% compared to the previous week — putting the continent again over 1 million . . .