As long as we survived for almost 1 and a half year after the COVID-19 pandemic, everything is possible. We obeyed the rules, stayed at home, went through home office and online education. Yet, we continued to grab life again, more than ever. Unfortunately, nothing can replace victims we’ve had so far, friends and families lost one way or another. Finally, the global efforts invented with the COVID-19 vaccines and aiming for a common goal remained essential. That’s how people got a step closer to destroying the previously unknown enemy. Next thing many Americans hoped for and prayed for so many times before, is now an inevitable truth.
Since the COVID-19 vaccines were authorized, global leaders aimed at getting vaccinated as much of the population as they could. Tempting as it may sound, herd immunity turned out to be a distant and hard to achieve goal. Though children tend to be rather asymptomatic than suffer from severe COVID-19 symptoms, there are many of them actually dying of MIS-C.
Going back to normal sounds really amazing, isn’t it? In fact, since the beginning of COVID-19 pandemic, statistics and numbers are all we hear every day. And while we used to adjust to the new normal, it looks like the old normal is coming back to us. Yet, it will be slow and it certainly is a process, which requires a lot of patience and a protective behavior.
Browsing through our pictures, we hardly ever remember when was the time, when we didn’t require wearing a mask. As it applies to all COVID-19 safety measures, we soon can add vaccination as one of them. Although it’s been a long time since the COVID-19 vaccines are with us, we somehow aren’t used to them. While suspicions on almost everything is a normal part of our everyday life, in this case they can make us make unpractical decisions. Considering a booster is certainly a decission that's worth and deserves some attention and clarification.
While the rest of the world recovers from COVID-19 grasp, since a couple of weeks India’s right in the eye of the storm. As the situation escalates, people keep wondering if this is the red light to switch on the alarm. In March both U.S.A. and India began to struggle with the new COVID-19 waves that hit them. Sharing 1st places in morbidity and mortality rates, along with Brazil is no longer available, and India is now a winner.
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.
Nowadays, we hardly ever remember when the pandemic really started, and we’re so used to it that almost hurts. Yet desperate in the beginning, we soon came to a solution able to fight COVID-19 and provide long-term protection. And that’s when the COVID-19 vaccines came in to help.
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 the COVID-19 pandemic made us experts on the issue, we all know it’s a respiratory disease which affects the lungs. Though that's 100 % true, in the long-term it doesn’t seem to be completely right.