COVID-19 Pandemic Likely to Last Two Years

The Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP), a global leader in addressing public health preparedness and emerging infectious disease response founded in 2001 released a publication stating that the COVID-19 pandemic could last up to two years.

Check the released paper here.

Citing that all countries worldwide was caught off guard from this highly contagious disease, this pandemic won’t be controlled until about two-thirds of the world’s population received immunity.
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CIDRAP also stated that the nature of this current pandemic is highly dangerous citing that the person who can infect unsuspecting healthy person is very likely because the carrier does not appear to be ill.

Meanwhile, a key member of the White House coronavirus task force, Dr. Anthony Fauci, said on his interview from the NBC's Today Show said a chance that hundreds of millions of doses of a potential COVID-19 vaccine could be available by early next year.

Philippine President Duterte on the other hand had already stated that the vaccine will be soon available on his earlier media appearance, he however said that the recipients of this vaccine are the rich countries, with the Philippines on the bottom ladder.