Yes, I think we've beaten it here in the UK. As long as we keep getting vaccine boosters and possibly take temporary measures each winter (social distancing & masks in supermarkets) we should be able to keep Coronavirus down to 'Flu-like' levels of serious illness. Unfortunately I think much of the rest of the world will take over a year to catch up with us. This means (in my view) travel to 'red zone' countries should be banned outright, and travel to 'amber zone' countries should be strictly policed. That is bad news for the air tourism industry. But it's the price of having our freedom to live our lives again. Countries like Brazil are a big worry. There is talk of new vaccine resistant strains cropping up because the virus is totally out of control there. And I hear it's accelerating in India as well. I fear huge resources will be needed from countries like the UK, US and some wealthy East Asian nations, to develop an international medical force to go in and save civilian populations from decimation. This may have to be backed up by UN military strength.