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Coronavirus: 6 Worse Features of Coronavirus in India

Coronavirus: 6 Worse Features of Coronavirus in India

Now the outside world simply doesn’t understand the real situation in India, because Indians themselves don’t know how far the epidemic has reached. Dr. Pradeep from SenhaSassoon General Hospital gave more details which shows more worse changes of coronavirus in India. **1. The new coronavirus has evolved its ability to spread all-weather ** In the past, all viruses spread through the respiratory tract occurred in winter and subsided in summer, because in winter, everyone likes to stay in the house, where the air is not circulating, and the sputum spewed out by someone can easily run into another person’s nasal cavity.
Coronavirus: How long can vaccine protect?

Coronavirus: How long can vaccine protect?

How long can the protective effect of the new coronavirus vaccine last? With the first group of vaccinated people nearly four months after the initial vaccination, this issue has become more and more important. In short, the answer is: we haven’t fully figured it out yet. But more and more data are providing us with clues in this regard. The following is what we have so far. ##How long is the protection period of the vaccine?
Coronavirus: The United States May Not Be Group Immunity

Coronavirus: The United States May Not Be Group Immunity

Herd immunity(Group Immunity) is the goal and reason for all countries to promote vaccination against the new coronavirus pneumonia. The United States is also one of the countries that are most actively striving toward this goal. However, the New York Times reported on the opinions of experts on May 3 that “the United States may not be able to achieve the goal of herd immunity.” More than half of the adults in the United States have been vaccinated at least once, but scientists and public health experts generally believe that the United States will not be able to meet herd immunity standards at least in the near future.
Viruses Shape the Human World

Viruses Shape the Human World

Viruses Shape the Human World Humans believed that they were at the top of the food chain, so the saber-toothed tiger became extinct, the New Zealand Moa disappeared, and the number of endangered giant animals is endless. However, the new coronavirus tells humans that they themselves will become prey one day. Many modern infectious diseases are caused by viruses, including new coronary pneumonia and AIDS, as well as the flu that broke out from 1918 to 1920.
Coronavirus: COVID-19 Pandemic is Out of Control in the United States

Coronavirus: COVID-19 Pandemic is Out of Control in the United States

The epidemic is out of control, the government and the people ignore the epidemic According to data from the Union of American Scientists, as of November 15, 17.4 per million people in South Dakota had died of new coronavirus pneumonia in the past seven days. This rate ranks third in the world on the death rate list given by the agency. The American media referred to this as a kind of “out of control.
Coronavirus: The Novel Coronavirus Is Real, Stop Being Stupid

Coronavirus: The Novel Coronavirus Is Real, Stop Being Stupid

The epidemic has brought disaster to the world, and many countries have been caught in endless epidemic prevention and control work. It took only half a year for the United States to grow from single-digit cases to 12 million cumulatively diagnosed patients. Now that the US epidemic has broken out again, the US medical system is in a state of collapse. Even so, there are still many Americans who believe that the novel Coronavirus is a hoax and a lie made by Democrats, especially those who support President Trump.
Coronavirus: More Young People Died Due to COVID-19 in USA

Coronavirus: More Young People Died Due to COVID-19 in USA

Dr. John Brownstein, an ABC news writer, an epidemiologist at Boston Children’s Hospital and a professor of epidemiology at Harvard University, said that young people are not only potential communicators, but are also at risk of complications and death. It is not uncommon for young people to die from the new coronavirus. He said that cases of new coronavirus pneumonia were concentrated in the elderly and patients with underlying chronic diseases this spring, but over time, the average age of infected people is slowly decreasing.
Coronavirus: US Medical System is Collapsing

Coronavirus: US Medical System is Collapsing

The U.S. Medical system is close to collapse It took 16 days for the breakthrough from 8 million to 9 million, 10 days for the breakthrough from 9 million to 10 million, and only 6 days for the breakthrough from 10 million to 11 million. Reuters couldn’t help feeling that this set the outbreak in the United States. The fastest rate of spread since. According to an article in the US “Foreign Policy” magazine, the United States is now in the form of a “complete epidemic catastrophe.
Coronavirus: Why Do Some People Die, But Some People Recover

Coronavirus: Why Do Some People Die, But Some People Recover

Why do some people die, but some people recover Why are two people of the same 40 years old, one is very sick after being infected with the new coronavirus, and the other does not even need to be hospitalized after being infected? Among the patients with new coronavirus pneumonia contacted by American doctor Megan Ranney, some patients are similar in age, background, and health conditions, but the conditions are completely different.
Coronavirus: When Will be the End of USA Darkest Hour

Coronavirus: When Will be the End of USA Darkest Hour

When Will be the End of USA Darkest Hour As American society is torn apart and antagonism continues to intensify, the new government will still face constraints from all parties in the process of implementing the anti-epidemic policy. It may not be easy for the United States to get out of this crisis. According to the latest statistics from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, as of 5:30 on November 16, Beijing time, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the United States reached 11,000,984, and an increase of 141,323 cases in the past 24 hours.