The virus is winning. That much is certain more than six months into a shape-shifting pandemic that’s killed more than 454,000 people worldwide, is gaining ground globally and has disrupted lives from Wuhan to Sao Paulo.

While promising, fast-moving vaccine projects are underway in China, Europe and the U.S., only the most optimistic expect an effective shot to be ready for global distribution this year.

If, as most experts believe, an effective vaccine won’t be ready until well into 2021, we’ll all be co-existing with the coronavirus for the next year or longer without a magic bullet. And this next phase of the

In their view, success isn’t defined as returning to life as it was in 2019. Rather, it’s about buying time and summoning the staying power and policy flexibility to limit the destructive capacity of an expanding pandemic, which may result in global deaths of more than one million according to one estimate, until there are medical tools to effectively treat and immunize against the virus. “People

Complicating matters, the perceived threat varies from neighborhood to neighborhood, let alone country to country. Much depends on the severity of local outbreaks and the effectiveness of testing, contact tracing, social distancing, hospital systems and public-health messaging that is free of political shading. Leaders such as U.S. President Donald Trump, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson or B

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Not all the news is grim. In the first half of the year, governments worldwide resorted to emergency measures like forced business closures, stay-at-home rules and bans on large gatherings. The moves slowed infection, saved lives and gave leaders time to stockpile medical equipment and supplies. Yet that progress came at the cost of economic contraction, soaring unemployment and trillions of doll

Instead, the biggest economies seem intent on reopening, even if the pace varies. That, in turn, means more social mobility and more opportunities for the virus to spread. Already, scientists who track virus trends are seeing signs that re-opening is leading to a spike in cases. “I understand there is a perception of the need to balance on these economic considerations,” said Ada Adimora, an epidemic.

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10 thoughts on “We Will Be Living With the Coronavirus Pandemic Well Into 2021”
  1. Well, I don’t know where your anonymous written is getting his/her data – most likely from Bill Gates by the sound of it.

    Firstly, the Covid-19 death toll, world-wide is exactly ZERO!

    All death statistics, world-wide show nothing remarkable other than a small, short rise following the lockdown and then a fall to below average.
    Most experts agree that this represent seriously ill people who were denied treatment to make hospital space for millions of corona ill who never materialised. Actually these people would have died shortly anyway and the phony plandemic just speeded their deaths up. The subsequent fall in the death rate to below average indicates most strongly that this is the case.

    Secondly, the existence of the so called “Sars-Cov-2” “virus” rests alone upon the claim made by Prf. Drosten in Berlin (another recipient of Bill Gates’ “magnanimity”) to have isolated it. This claim has proven to be fraudulent and, last week, Prof. Drosten was charged under criminal law.

    Finally, as I make clear in my book, “Tyrannosaurus Pharmaceuticus R.I.P.”, the virus hypothesis has no scientific basis and is almost certainly untrue, i.e. viruses do NOT exist! The particles falsely labelled “virus” are, in fact, an aspect of normal cell replacement processes and are very widespread across many species – they have even been found in papaya!

    The whole thing is one big con-job with very nefarious intents.

    Blessed be
    Karma Singh

  2. Every company creating the vaccines are using aborted baby parts – How sick that is !!!!!!!

  3. The 1957 flu outbreak caused an estimated one million to two million deaths worldwide and is generally considered to have been the least severe of the three influenza pandemics of the 20th century.

  4. In 1957 we did not have the democrat media generated hysteria that we are experiencing today!

  5. To be honest opening the economy is a calculated risk but necessary. For example a pension lost a third in value during lockdown. Personal protection, masks, sanitizer, careful socializing is all we can do. That and make the workplace as safe as possible. Isolate if symptomatic and be a good patriot.

  6. This virus has ruined everyone’s lives, especially those who died. China needs to pay a price big time for “purposely” doing this to America. There is no cure, and the American people have no want or desire to adjust their lifestyle. Now the disease has mutated into another form. Where does it end??

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