Wednesday May 18 2022
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After the new Corona virus has become a threat to the whole world, more than a year after its appearance, each of us has been looking forward to knowing what is happening every minute, in light of the tremendous development that Covid-19 has brought about in our lives.
“Masrawy” provides a daily service to display everything you want to know about the developments of the emerging corona virus, from the emergence of new symptoms or the occurrence of a different mutation, as well as the development of vaccines and medicines, in a nutshell.
3 scenarios written by the “Corona epidemic” that could occur by 2027
Public health experts believe the global pandemic will last for at least another five years, but how this ongoing crisis will ultimately play out is up to us. A new report from the International Council for Science (ISC), an international organization that aims to unite scientific bodies around the world, puts three Scenarios that could happen by 2027, the report was written by a panel of 20 experts in public health, virology, economics, behavioral sciences, ethics and sociology, and while their commentary is not an attempt to predict the future, their report helps narrow down and clarify some of the potential actions that could happen by 2027. To be taken by the world to reduce the impact of the epidemic in the future, according to Russia Today.
Scenario 1 If the percentage of people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 increases from about 61% of all adults to more than 80% globally, many lives could be saved and the risks of emerging variables could be reduced. In turn, there could also be benefits to mental health, economics and sustainable development, while the second scenario, if we lacked work so far, indicates that the most likely outcome is that vaccination rates are less than 70% worldwide, and if they do not increase, the virus could become The new coronavirus is endemic with seasonal increases that would overwhelm hospitals in many countries and require “updated vaccines and use of antiviral drugs.” By 2027, the ISC report found that the most likely scenario is “worsening global inequalities,” and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals will be delayed. The main lessons, however, are very clear. Even if the acute phase of the epidemic is nearing its end in those countries with high vaccination rates, the risks will remain high while many in the world do not have access to an effective vaccine, according to the report, Third Scenario If nationalism and populism continue to grow, the report’s authors worry that trust between governments and between countries and their people will further deteriorate, reducing the use of vaccines.
The United States reaches “tragic numbers” due to Corona
The death toll from Covid-19 in the United States reached one million, on Monday, a number that was once unimaginable and only indicates the large numbers of loved ones and friends who have been afflicted with grief and frustration.
The confirmed death toll equates to the 9/11 attack every day for 336 days, which is roughly the number of Americans who died in the Civil War and World War II combined, as it’s as if Boston and Pittsburgh were wiped out.
“It’s hard to imagine a million people being uprooted from this land … it’s still happening and we’re letting it happen,” said Jennifer Nuzzo, who leads a new epidemiology center at Brown University’s School of Public Health in Providence, Rhode Island.
WHO concerned about repercussions of Covid in North Korea
The World Health Organization (WHO) has expressed concern about the massive damage the Omicron mutant could do to the unvaccinated population of North Korea, and has renewed its offer of assistance, from vaccines to medical equipment.
WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said during a regular press conference in Geneva that “the World Health Organization is deeply concerned about the risk of Covid-19 spreading further in all parts of the country, especially since the population has not received vaccinations and that many people have a medical history that puts them at great risk of infection.” dangerous disease,” according to the Spanish news agency.
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