Coronavirus Second Wave Global Panic

Coronavirus second wave global panic!

All over the world, there are millions of people who are scared of a second wave of COVID-19. And the big shock is, the first wave of Coronavirus is still not over.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, leading infectious disease doctor of America says:

“In my mind, it’s inevitable that we’ll have a return of the virus. When it does, how we handle it will determine our fate.”

According to a survey carried out in Germany, around half the populace are totally frightened of there being a second wave of Novel Coronavirus hitting the country. In Germany, there are almost 200,000 cases and around 9,100 deaths, because of the Coronavirus pandemic.

Michael J. Ryan, Chief Executive Director of the WHO Health Emergencies Programme states:

“We don’t know what’s going to happen in two, three, four or five months when we may see a reemergence of the disease.”

There are fears all over the world that by this fall or winter 2020, after the reopening of schools, the world could be enveloped in a second wave of Novel Coronavirus infections and deaths. This is the time when the weather becomes colder and it is also not so humid. At this point in time, there could be seen seasonal flu patterns, as well as various other kinds of respiratory viruses.

Dr. Arnold Monto, University of Michigan flu expert says:

“Second waves are basically in the eye of the beholder.”

Recently there has been a spike in Coronavirus cases in some places in China, giving rise to fears that China might now be facing a second wave of COVID-19 cases.

South Korea, very recently confirmed that they were experiencing a second wave of New Coronavirus infections.

European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, Director, Andrea Ammon, declares:

“The virus is around us, circulating much more than January or February. I don’t want to draw a doomsday picture but I think we have to be realistic. That it’s not the time now to completely relax.”

To-date, globally, there are around 11,220,000 Cases and 530,000 deaths because of Coronavirus.

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