Coronavirus distancing may need to continue until 2022, say experts

Coronavirus distancing may need to continue until 2022, say experts

A team of Harvard researchers said that a one-time lockdown will not be sufficient to bring the COVID-19 pandemic under control and that secondary peaks could be larger without continued restrictions. One of their computer simulation models assumed that COVID-19 will become seasonal, like closely related coronaviruses that cause the common cold, with higher transmission rates in colder months.

David
David
Otis B Driftwood
Otis B Driftwood 1 months

No, thank you. Fuck that.

Max Bants
Max Bants 1 months

This cannot continue unless we literally do away with globalism and cities, and return to rural nation-states

Avi Khait
Avi Khait 1 months

How about 2042, can Harvard experts beat that number? [AI doesn't like it already]

Rhokanth
Rhokanth 1 months

Let's be in lockdown until 1984.

O.T.Q.D
O.T.Q.D 1 months

No, we do not need to continue this lockdown. It was done to "flatten the curve" not stop the virus.

Jason
Jason 1 months

The RT-PCR test that's being used to test for Covid-19 was initially developed to test for lung cancer. The inventor of the test recommended that it should not be used in testing for other diseases, because of it's very high probability of returning a false positive. It has an estimated 80% false-positives rate when testing for anything other than lung cancer. So approximately 8 out of 10 times someone who could very well have something like bronchitis or pneumonia, is instead rested for Covid-19, they're going to be diagnosed with the Coronavirus instead. Why would they use a faulty test kit, if they're not trying to hide the reality of the illness? People need to look into the effects 5G (40-90GHz) EMF waves have on oxygen and the human body. Guess what, they're the same as the so-called Coronavirus.

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