Coronavirus Crisis: When Will It End?

Coronavirus Crisis: When Will It End?
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The Atlantic.com analyzes the whole drama that’s around the coronavirus pandemic. It’s highlighted the fact that misery will definitely not end when 2020 dies and the new year will probably inherit various issues that have become familiar to the whole humanity this year. 

It’s been also revealed that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention got some American’s hopes up with its recent instruction that states should be ready to distribute a coronavirus vaccine in the next couple of months.

It’s been also revealed that President Donald Trump is desperate to convince the public that a vaccine to COVID-19 will arrive by a politically convenient deadline: “maybe even before November 1,” he said Friday, or “sometime in the month of October,” according to the reports coming from the online publication mentioned above. 

When will the coronavirus crisis end?

The same online publication notes that the American coronavirus crisis will end, but this will not happen too soon. 

“With a combination of public-health measures with a vaccine that’s reasonably good,” expert Anthony Fauci told the author of the article in a recent online interview,

Fauci reportedly continued and told Juliette Kayem that “by the time we get around through 2021, we can start having some form of normality. Maybe not exactly the way it was, but certainly different than what we’re doing right now.”

Fauci’s prediction is reportedly based on the best-case scenario in which, “as we get into 2021, we should start seeing a substantial number of [vaccine] doses available.”

Check out the original article in order to learn more details about the issue. 

Earlier today, it’s been revealed that two early research reports to be presented Monday at the European Respiratory Society International Congress describe the ways in which severe infection with the coronavirus that causes Covid-19 can leave lasting lung damage and. It’s also important to note that, in some cases, there can be even psychological wounds.


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