With so many daily deaths from COVID-19 in every population area across the world is there a reliable figure of how long this will continue?
- 3 weeks ago
No, because people aren’t willing to listen to science. Too many stupid people. We could have possibly been in the clear if everyone used common sense.
- giginotgigiLv 74 weeks ago
Only effective vaccines will be able to resolve the situation and only if 80% of population had been injected with vaccine.
- rev rickyLv 64 weeks ago
We need an international response. Trump withdrew from the WHO. So the United States through the UN needs to lead an international effort to defeat the virus. Also there needs to be an international effort to come up with a safe and effective vaccine.
If that's done in January, we could be back to normal by September.
Due to Trump's actions, he can't lead the effort. He's told so many lies that no one in the world believes anything he says. He can't develop a safe and effective vaccine, because no one will take a vaccine developed under his leadership.
If he's reelected then the virus will rage for as long as he's in charge. His strategy is "herd immunity". That's just means he's going to do nothing. Millions upon millions of people will die if he's reelected.
- STEVEN FLv 74 weeks ago
Either you are confusing cases with deaths, or you are completely UNINFORMED on the issue.
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- wonderingLv 44 weeks ago
it will continue as long as people wont wear a freaking mask !
- 4 weeks ago
It'll be around forever.
- JASONLv 64 weeks ago
I see no great increase in daily deaths. If the worlds governments had allowed the herd immunity to establish itself over the summer, those deaths that there are would be greatly reduced. Are the people down voting me over 70? Because that's who this is affecting.
- ChristineLv 54 weeks ago
When Covid first got started, they were confident that it was unable to mutate, so it would die out as soon as everyone had been infected, and become immune, to it. The percent of the total population of the world that has contracted it and either recovered or died, is still fairly small. So we can expect it to continue for years to come. However, now they have discovered it has mutated in European countries, and this means it can be around forever, mutating from one season to the next, just like influenza. Influenza has been with us since before the big flu pandemic in 1918 or thereabouts. And it isn't going away. We can't vaccinate against the mutated strain because it is too new. We can only vaccinate against last season's strain. So your best bet to stay alive and healthy is to practice good hygiene, wear a face mask in public, avoid gatherings with non-family members, and do your socializing on-line. Find entertainment in solo sports, like hiking, instead of bar-hopping, clubbing, eating out at sit-down restaurants, and attending rallies and protests.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
I have no idea.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
The best mathematical scientific estimates have been 3 to 3.5 years for all of humanity, which is not a lot of time, except likely the most very isolated and self-sufficient ones. With them there may be some hope.