Currently, the world is battling the Coronavirus and following social distancing. For the next 2 years or until 2022, we may have to obey other strict rules. A lot of research is coming out in this respect now.
Scientists believe this is just the first step of the coronavirus war. Much more disasters can occur in the coming years. While in many countries the lockdown has been somewhat eased due to the weakening impact of the virus, a bit of carelessness can re-aggravate the coronavirus infection and cause millions of people to fall victim to it. Social distancing is, according to Dr Ayush Pandey, the solution for the sick, children and people who have less potential to fight disease.
Work recently published in the Science Journal by scientists at the Howard University of America. Scientists at the TH Chan School of Public Health at the university are highly apprehensive that if the rules are slightly lax during loosening of the lockdown, the effects of the virus may once again take severe shape in many areas and human society will see a time of crisis once again. In their research, university researchers test via a computer model that, as long as the social distance is adhering strictly to, coronavirus re-infection which may also prevent, as the example of the SARS spread in 2003 presenting in their research.
Scientists Indicate COVID to Stay for Long
Scientists believe that the virus will be living in the same gripping world. In such a case, it believes that a lot of care is needing. It is for at least 6 months. They have also stated that people will have to obey the lockdown rules for at least 2 years.
Howard University Researchers have also discovered that the coronavirus changes itself regularly, which is a very dangerous condition. In such a situation it could be even more tricky to implement the vaccine. The main reason for this is the symptoms appearing in a patient. Then those symptoms in another patient are not visible. In such a case, in ongoing work into the coronavirus, the scientists themselves remain suspicious.