The Star Online
Harvard scientist believe that a one-off lockdown won’t halt COVID-19 which basically means repeated periods of social distancing may be required into 2022 to prevent hospitals from being overwhelmed, Harvard scientists who modelled the pandemic’s trajectory said on Tuesday.
The study comes as the US enters the peak of its COVID-19 caseload.
One thing however is almost certain: the virus is here to stay. The team said it was highly unlikely that immunity will be strong enough and last long enough that COVID-19 will die out after an initial wave, as was the case with the SARS outbreak of 2002-2003.
With this being said, nothing is set on stone just yet, but we as the citizens should work together with the government to ease the process.
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