Stated It’s clearly evident that the number of people infected by Covid-19 has increased since the past few months. At the moment there are 4.81M confirmed cases, 1.79M recovered, and 319K deaths. Stated Being in quarantine from the past few months in their respective homes makes people urge to ask WHO that, when will this end?
On May 14 WHO emergencies director Dr. Mike Rayn stated that “It is important to put this on the table: this virus may become just another endemic virus in our communities and it may never go away, It is important that we should be realistic and I don’t think anyone can predict when this disease will disappear. HIV has not gone away yet, but we have to come to terms with this virus and Stated now it’s the part of everybody’s existence.” He makes it clear that they can’t promise anything as the situation is unexpected at any moment.
Contrarily, there are more than Stated 100 latent vaccines in development. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus accentuate it is still possible to control the virus by validating the social distancing and it is in our hands, to contribute and make this virus restrain.
We need to need to redesign our Stated lifestyle in order to cope up with this new virus. As our life and work won’t get stop by it we have to make it as apart of our life. We need to get into the Stated mindset that it’ll take some time to get out of this pandemic.