CDC: COVID will probably become a seasonal virus
Even as cases of COVID-19 continue to fall, the head of the CDC says COVID is most likely here to stay.
Dr. Rochelle Walensky says COVID could behave similarly to the flu.
She anticipates it being a seasonal virus that tends to spread during the cold winter months that will circulate around the world "for years to come".
Walensky says it’s unclear whether people will need additional COVID booster shots over the next year.