Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo spoke for many when he took a moment during one of his recent news conferences to go beyond the COVID-19 numbers and speak to how dispiriting it’s been for Americans to have their lives and livelihoods turned upside down with so little to show for it.“The anxiety is what is the most oppressive here,” Mr. Cuomo said. “Not knowing. Not knowing I’m positive, if my friend is positive, if my loved one is positive. Not knowing when this is going to end. The anxiety of dealing with the isolation day after day after day. It’s like a bad ‘Groundhog [Day]’ movie.”CLICK HERE TO GET THE OPINION NEWSLETTEREpidemiologists say coronavirus won’t be defeated until either a vaccine is developed or it peters out when enough Americans are infected that the virus has difficulty finding vulnerable people to infect. Many rightly worry how long that could take and whether the economy can remain shut that long without, as the president says, making the cure worse than the disease.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPBut what if there were a middle way,

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