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What is 'herd immunity' for coronavirus, and should the US be using it?
Should the US fight coronavirus with the ‘herd immunity strategy’?
Former WSJ editorial board member Stephen Moore discusses how the coronavirus is impacting the global economy and life.
Some health experts, particularly in the U.K., have suggested that the "herd immunity" strategy could be an effective way to contain the new coronavirus.
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The herd immunity, or "community immunity," strategy is the act of allowing a community to develop an immunity to an illness through a vaccine. Once the majority of a population has developed immunity, it becomes less likely for others to be exposed to it in the future.
Former Wall Street Journal editorial board member Stephen Moore told "Mornings with Maria" on Friday that he thinks this strategy is better "than putting 100 million or 200 million people on lockdown."