The economy could be getting help from positive news on the delta variant


People wearing protective face masks walk in downtown St. Petersburg, amid coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Florida, August 6, 2021.

Octavio Jones | Reuters

If the U.S. recovery is going to progress, it will need the help of efforts to fight the delta Covid variant, and there are signs that the tide might be turning, albeit slowly.

Cases are continuing to rise but at a slower pace. That may not be much comfort with the national rate still around 150,000 a day, but it is giving rise to hope that business and consumer activity can keep the economy on track toward pre-pandemic levels.

“The percent increases in cases and hospitalizations are declining each week, indicating progression…


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