The End of the Novel Coronavirus
May 14, 2020 | Farah Jassawalla

The End of the Novel Coronavirus

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With our lives coming to a standstill due to the COVID-19, everyone is hoping that the virus disappears magically.  There are different rumors about the virus going away, with most of the research predicting it to stay for at least a good two years.  

Since no vaccine has yet been created to battle the virus, there are currently no chances for it to end. However, quarantine and social distancing has become the new normal for everyone. According to research, things are predicted to start getting back to normal again once the death rate drops below 0.3 million now. While various countries are working on creating vaccines for the deadly virus, none have yet been successful. USA claims that will have the vaccine by the end of the year while China and the UK are also working on it. 

Until a vaccine comes out, no predictions can be made about how long the COVID-19 will keep us locked down in our houses.

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Farah Jassawalla

Farah Jassawalla is a graduate of the Lahore School of Economics. She is also a writer, and healthcare enthusiast, having closely observed case studies while working with Lahore's thriving general physicians at their clinics.