Scientists say that coronavirus will sustain with us for longer period
According to experts, humans have developed the ability to live with many newly discovered viruses.
New Delhi: Scientists warn that herd immunity is unlikely to arise due to the corona virus. According to experts, more and more it is possible that corona virus infection becomes a disease that will be easier to handle than it is now.
Don't rely on herd immunity:
Significantly, many countries are running on the hope of getting the disease under control by Heard Immunity. Herd immunity refers to the situation when human society becomes collectively capable of combating that infection after more than a certain range of people are infected.
Vaccination is important:
According to experts, humans have developed the ability to live with many newly discovered viruses. Whether or not this will happen in the case of corona virus will depend on several aspects.
It is not clear yet how much a person is likely to become infected once the covid-19 virus is infected. As well as the mutation of the virus and the aspects of the vaccine's effectiveness are also important. Only after the whole situation is clear about them, a concrete estimate can be made.
White House Chief Medical Advisor Anthony Fauchi told US media - "People are confused. They think that until the mysterious herd immunity develops, the infection will not be controlled. That is why we have ceased to use the word herd immunity in its old meaning. The number of infections will decrease when sufficient numbers of people get vaccinated.
"On the other hand, Evolutionary Biologist Rustum Atia at Emery University in Atlanta told the website Axios.com -" It is unlikely that the virus will go somewhere. But we want to do something that causes it to become a mild infection. '
Experts say that no epidemic is always there. But they do not end because the virus disappears or disappears. But it happens because the effect of the virus is stabilized among the population. It remains permanently in the background and sometimes locally spreads his infection.
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