When will COVID-19 be over? Never, experts say — but it will get milder, less deadly over time – cleveland.com

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Dr. Adam Mezoff, chief medical officer at Dayton Children’s Hospital, speaks during a COVID-19 command center meeting at the hospital in October. Health experts expect the coronavirus to become milder and less lethal, but to always be in circulation.

CLEVELAND, Ohio — When will the COVID-19 go away for good? The answer, according to health experts, is never.

But COVID-19 in 2025 is not going to be the same illness we fought in 2020 and 2021. The coronavirus will become milder, causing less hospitalization and death.