That is what the buzz seems to be, after a draft of the opinion was (ahem!) "leaked" to the public. While I hope that to be the case, I'm not quite ready to start celebrating yet. As the saying goes, "it ain't over till it's over". The decision has not been formally announced. Many things could happen between then and now. Perhaps that is why the draft was leaked - to prevent the actual reversal of Roe. Some of the justices have displayed rather timorous streaks in the wake of angry BLM and Antifa types. It's quite possible the leak was designed to motivate some unscrupulous and violent leftists into bullying the justices into upholding Roe. I wouldn't put it past them - and I mean both the bullies and the bullied.
But let's say that Roe does go down. Does that mean that pro-lifers can quit the fight and rest on their laurels, as it were? By no means. Roe only stymied the enforcement of state-level anti-abortion laws. Therefore, by and large, our struggle will be on state-wide levels, with the landscape varying greatly between the states. In my state of Maryland, for example, the pro-abortion populace and their elected leaders have rendered the state to be an abortion mecca. Abortion-minded people from more sane states will come flocking here to kill their babies. That will the state of affairs for other progressive hell-holes.
There will be much work to be done and much praying to do. This is no time to slack off.