Ben asked in HealthOther - Health · 3 weeks ago

Why do they say that there is no end in sight for COVID-19?

Why do they say there is no end in sight for COVID-19 when they’ll be vaccines by January?

Will the COVID-19 pandemic end up killing us all?

Will this pandemic kill us all will we all die from it? Will The COVID-19 pandemic be with us forever? Why did Wisconsin’s Governor, for example, say that there is no end in sight for the pandemic when people know that it should be back to normal with vaccines by next year?

5 Answers

  • 3 weeks ago

    Consider what happened the last time there was a similar event—one hundred years ago. That pandemic lasted only for about two years, and then it went away. This, too, might be a major problem until sometime in 2022. By that time, the threat will be much less or gone entirely. 

  • 3 weeks ago

    We dont have any leadership over the matter. Something is so fishy about all of this.

  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    It will end as soon as you get psychiatric help, get over your OCD and stop posting this question... In other words, NEVER.

  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    1. People dead from Covid-19, will not come back to life.

    2. Most businesses that finally failed during pandemic will never reopen.

    3. Pretending a virus will "just go away", will never work.

    4. Diseases that ravaged our planet 1,000 years ago, are still here.

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  • 3 weeks ago

    Viruses have very little mechanisms to prevent mutations when they produce new copies of themselves to spread both within your body and to other people's bodies. As a result, they change fast. The body's mechanisms for fighting viruses are very specific, and vaccines are the same way. It'll be impossible to manufacture a vaccine that beats every virus, and the remaining viruses will come back the next year.

    Therefore, we'll need to develop new vaccines for covid like we do for the flu. We won't die from it and it'll get better than it is now, but we have a lot to learn about what covid does and how it works before we can return to normal.

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