Future trajectory of covid-19 is one of the most discussed topics in the world right now. People from all over the world want to know what is life going to be like in the near future. The coronavirus that started a pandemic is here to stay, after 2 years. No, it won’t just go away, because half of the population is vaccinated against it. Viruses develop and adapt with each different host they encounter. So what does this mean and what is our future with covid-19 going to look like? We are going to try to answer those questions in this article.
It is for sure hard to predict exactly what is going to happen with the virus in our lives. We can now see its effects on our daily lives worldwide. Our work and normal activities have gone under some changes due to the coronavirus outbreak. In order to keep people safe, many companies had to ensure a larger space between each unit. This means that they had to fire a lot of people, to have more space for work. This has made global companies, like Swarowski break down and close. The effects are seen all over the world, in different fields of life.
So in order to take a look at what our future is possible to look like with covid-19, we are going to quote information from research.
“There is a realistic expectation that the global effort in vaccination will bring the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic under control. Nonetheless, uncertainties remain about the type of long-term association the virus will establish with the human population, particularly whether the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) will become an endemic disease.
Although the trajectory is difficult to predict, the conditions, concepts, and variables that influence this transition can be anticipated. Persistence of SARS-CoV-2 as an endemic virus, perhaps with seasonal epidemic peaks, maybe fueled by pockets of susceptible individuals and waning immunity after infection or vaccination, changes in the virus through an antigenic drift that diminish protection, and reentries from zoonotic reservoirs. Here, we review relevant observations from previous epidemics and discuss the potential evolution of SARS-CoV-2 as it adapts during persistent transmission in the presence of a level of population immunity. Lack of effective surveillance or adequate response could enable the emergence of new epidemic or pandemic patterns from an endemic infection of SARS-CoV-2. There are key pieces of data that are urgently needed in order to make good decisions. We outline these and propose a way forward.”
Many people took to express their opinions in forums, like Quora. Let’s see what the users had to say about the topic.
Rajiv Mondal said:” The future of noble stuff is totally dependent on billyboy and the leader in the banking system as fear is only symptoms in the modern treatment system. Rise of fear is required to grow the medical business.
But fear is being used worldwide to complete the longest dream. They use this fear in every segment of lives with the help of slave leaders.
Two slave leaders are from our motherland have been trying all measures to increase the fear. Except for fear nothing is perfect in this drama billy doors. World bank secret meeting reveal that it may last up to 2025.”
Everyone has their opinion on whether or not this is a conspiracy. It is a far reach to back up such a statement. However, most people think it may be true, due to the facts.
Another person, Surendra Swami said: “Covid-19 is going to stay like any other virus. It will keep coming in different mutations. However, once we develop herd immunity its impact will diminish and life will be normal. This may take 3 to 4 more months till we peak out of this pandemic. Till then follow guidelines.”
It is true that viruses don’t just go away. Our immune systems just become better at fighting them. So what can we expect? Different modifications of the coronavirus are likely to exist. However, they will become easier to deal with. Our bodies are amazing machines. When they meet a virus, they create antibodies against it. So the next time the virus comes inside our system, it can deal with it much easier than the first time.
Autor: Mihaela Ahchieva