Future of the covid pandemic is still unclear professionalists say. Here we are almost 2 years into the global pandemic and still, there are people getting sick by it. Many think that now that we have the vaccine, the virus will just disappear. However, that is not the case in reality. The virus will mutate every time it enters a different human body. This is because every single of us has an individual immune system. With the different immune systems, the virus becomes aware of all the diversity of it and adapts. So covid won’t really just disappear. What can happen is the scenario where most of the population had already suffered from it. This way many people will have a natural immunity to it and the virus won’t be so deadly as it was in the beginning.
However, there are many different opinions on how the future of the covid pandemic will end or resume. In order to give you insight into them, we searched one of the most popular forums in the world – Quora. Let’s see what some people had to see on the subject.
K. Mane said: “India is becoming the epicenter of the global fight against Covid-19.
The future course of the outbreak depends on the country’s ability to contain the virus, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
“India is a hugely populous country. The future of this pandemic will be determined by what happens to densely populated countries. It’s important that India takes aggressive action at the public health level, and at the level of society to control, and suppress this disease,” Mike Ryan, WHO emergencies program director, said at the organization’s headquarters in Geneva yesterday (March 24).”
It’s definitely true that in some countries the future of the covid pandemic is looking brighter. This is because they have things under control. Many people are vaccinated or have natural immunity against the virus. This means that fewer people can get infected, or even if they do it won’t be with devastating consequences.
In India however, things are still not good. Due to the large population and overcrowding of places, people still get sick.
Then there are people who think differently, like Mr. G. Londhe. He said ” See, the first thing is that no one has seen the future or what is going to happen to us right after 1 second.
There are many people who say that COVID-19 is our mistake. This virus may not be created intentionally by humans but it for sure, evolved because of us. Scientists have successfully proved that this virus has similarities with bats or something to do with bats and it evolved in china where hundreds of bats are killed and eaten. So, no matter whether this virus is created or evolved, it happened because of us.
America is blaming China for this situation for two reasons. America says that the Chinese knew about it and IT WAS THEIR DUTY TO INFORM W.H.O. AND THE WORLD. The entire world is suffering because of one mistake where thousands are dead and millions are infected.
WHO has already said that this virus will have long-term effects on human civilization. As long as we do not find any cure for this virus, the only way of survival is to take care of ourselves and maintain social distance. Use masks to stay healthy.
WHO has also said that this virus can turn into the second HIV that has no cure.
The situation has gotten so bad that when the UK’s prime minister BORIS JOHNSON was infected by the coronavirus and was moved into intensive care, the doctors had planned everything in case he died. Just imagine that doctors planning everything in case the prime minister had died in this emergency.
You can Imagine the possibilities by yourself.
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Stay home and take care of yourself and loved ones”
Now, this comment is slightly on to the conspiracy side. However, we want to give you insight into what people are thinking. There is a big part of the society that thinks this way. Either it’s true or not the fact of the matter is that covid is here to stay. We just have to hope that our immune systems are strong and will handle the virus.
Autor: Mihaella Ahchieva