Coronapandemin is showing no signs of slowing down, quite the opposite. In the united states were reported, with 48 000 new infections in this country. More than 150,000 people have died and July was the worst month so far. In Latin america, the spread of the virus at the same time, like wild fire, Africa is likely to be on a tour of Europe, the governments fear of a second wave in the fall.
the Infection has flared up again in Germany and in Spain, and WHO wish to re-impose restrictions, which had just been scrapped.
Globally, the total number of infected to around 180 million, or 2% of the world's population, it is estimated the professor in charge of the global emergency medicine to Johan von Schreeb at the result of Monday's up to date. This suggests that the virus is only in the start-up phase.
”When we saw it, which is a 100-meter dash, but for now, we begin to understand that this is a marathon. Not only Sweden, but all over the world. It is going to last for a long period of time. We have to learn to live with this virus,” he said.
living in a state of emergency, you can make a spring and perhaps the fall, however, working at home, or to watch a game of soccer, but the audience does not hold in the long run. Sooner or later, everyday life is resumed. We simply have to stick it out.
similar to what it sounds like.
Ignoring the Folkhälsomyndighetens bizarre aversion to masks.
It really is fully easy to understand.
And there are a number of reasons to be excited about. Scientists are doing research like never before. Public authorities and businesses showering them with money. More than 140 vaccinvarianter is in progress. Most of them are already in the third and final phase, in which drugs are masstestas.
Science is the discovery of antibiotics and the development of vaccines against smallpox, polio, and measles. However, it still has not done so in areas such as malaria, hiv / aids, despite the large investments, and promising a breakthrough.
the vaccine, which is more-or-less compensates for coronan requires, in short, is not only a skill but also a good dose of luck.
the danger is, in other words, the virus is here to stay.
Berkeley, professor Richard Feachem pointed out:
it is one of the important lessons from the fight against malaria, hiv / aids, that's huge progress has been made despite the fact that no vaccine is available.
Wash your hands often and a lot. Be careful with the older ones. And forget about the Folkhälsomyndighetens bizarre aversion to masks. 130 countries have implemented them, and recent studies are showing that the work pops up on a daily basis.
Bear them, at the very least, on the bus and the train.
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