Do you ever ask yourself how long are you going to live? Do you have any idea how the elderly handles the virus crisis? Well, this man is a 103-year-old who got vaccinated and he has positive thoughts to share with the world.
For more than a year, we’ve had COVID-19 as our companion, friend, enemy and accomplice in our everyday routines. We’ve already suffered several waves, went through a few new variants and there are certainly more to come. As the pandemic is a present and possible future, we can expect anything to happen, and hope for good news.
The world is facing COVID-19, the most deadly pandemic we could hardly imagine. Many countries are slowly reopening business and things are looking quite promising. People are tired of restrictions and SARS-coV-2 is pushing their limits to the extreme.The home office challenge and the online education problems are about to go in history. However, as we take in fresh air, new waves are already hitting.
Since 31 December 2019, after the World Health Organization has been reported for the first cases of coronavirus in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, the world has never been the same. As the COVID-19 vaccines aren’t as easy to access in many countries, people keep suffering and facing an enemy constantly changing, highly contagious and unable to stop at any time soon.