Coronavirus Pandemic Could End Soon – Here’s The Sign

Coronavirus Pandemic Could End Soon – Here’s The Sign
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The coronavirus pandemic changed our lives, and normality is now something new. People’s lives from all over the world are under the signs of fear and uncertainty, and everyone is hoping that the day when we can get back to what once we used to know as normality is getting closer.

Viable treatments and available vaccines could help us end the pandemic, but the latest covid variants have been making the future look grim and lots of people have been losing faith.

On the other hand, we found some pretty great news that we’d like to share with our readers, and you can check it out for yourselves below.

A potential sign that the covid pandemic could end soon 

Yahoo News notes that upticks in new disease cases and hospitalizations in central southeastern states such as West Virginia and Kentucky are considered signs that the pandemic is on its way out and it’s shifting toward endemicity.

More and more people are gaining immunity to the coronavirus, and this is happening via either vaccination or infection.

In other words, this means that the virus has fewer opportunities to spread and mutate into variants that could be getting more and more dangerous.

The Delta variant is still making trouble all over the world as we already reported by now. 

As you probably know by now, the Delta covid variant has been making our lives a nightmare. When everyone thought that thanks to the vaccines, the pandemic was getting closer to its end, a robust variant made life a living hell.

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“Delta speeds up that approach to endemicity,” said Dr. Monica Gandhi, an expert in infectious diseases at the University of California, San Francisco.

The delta variant “leaves immunity in its wake,” Gandhi said. She continued and pointed out the following fact: 

“So you get all this immunity, then you get it down to a low circulating level, and then that is a way to live.”

Stay tuned for more news. 


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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