As the coronavirus pandemic has continued to spread, the U.S. is putting up a relentless fight and allocating resources to combat the virus. We need to use this kind of energy when it comes to the war on terrorism. A cure or vaccine may come around for the coronavirus, but terrorism can never be fully stopped, just contained. When the pandemic is over, the U.S. and NATO need to turn their full attention to slowing the spread of terrorism throughout the world. While the U.S. has proven that we are able to combat these networks, we continue to see groups such as ISIS pop up with new terror cells after we defeat one. Additionally, once terrorism is more under control, resources can slowly be delegated to another cause once a proper system is in place to contain it.