Measures against Coronavirus Spread Should Last till 2022 –Harvard Study

Measures against Coronavirus Spread Should Last till 2022 –Harvard Study
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The researchers in Havard has warned that terminating measures against coronavirus at once could just delay the peak and make a second surge in infections more severe.

They opine that terminating the social distancing measure against coronavirus could further facilitate the spread of the virus.

They warn that a single period of social distancing measures – like the ones currently in place – will not be sufficient.

Current social distancing measures in the United States are due to expire on April 30 but health experts are urging for continued social distancing measures to defeat the Coronavirus.

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The study says a number of factors will play a role in the trajectory of the Coronavirus over the next few years, including if it is seasonal and the extent of immunity.

Those questions are among those currently being weighed by health officials and lawmakers as they work on deciding when the United States should reopen again.

Health experts think it is unlikely that COVID-19 will follow its closest cousin, Sars-CoV-1, and be eradicated by intensive public health measures after causing a brief pandemic.

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