Coronavirus pandemic is starting to seem like a disease that may never go away. In the meantime, many researchers who study communicable diseases have many points to prove. According to the researcher, Dr. Simon Reid, the year 2020 has been a year filled with unpleasant surprises. However, the most surreal problem has to be the deadly pandemic.
According to these researchers, pandemics are a call from nature to check our lifestyle. This means we can consider the SARS pandemic of 2003 a warning shot to us. But, the Coronavirus pandemic is not the answer to that. It is probable that many more pandemic may be around us. Recent news show how the Ebola epidemic is spreading in the Democratic Republic of Congo. A few researchers also related bats and pangolins to the spread of the virus. This just goes on to prove that wildlife is the missing link in the relationship between humans and pandemic.
Pandemic after Coronavirus maybe a Probability
As of today near about 399,000 people have died due to Coronavirus pandemic. The deadly virus infected almost 6 million individuals according to the official website.
Although it may seem like a dangerous biological phenomenon — a so-called “black swan” event — the emergence and spread of coronavirus is anything but. In fact, warnings of a pandemic eerily similar to SARS-CoV-2 appear in published research and reports spanning multiple decades. At such a distressing time, countries need to stand united to help each other in such situations.
Medical team from 🇵🇱 and @WHO experts are en-route to 🇹🇯 as part of a large scale operation coordinated by WHO/Europe to enhance #COVID19 care in the country. #Coronavirus doesn’t respect borders. Solidarity between countries around the world is vital to fighting the pandemic. pic.twitter.com/WSDgjpnvI5
— WHO/Europe (@WHO_Europe) June 6, 2020
The leader of the US government’s Ebola response warned in 2016 a serious pandemic from an airborne infectious disease “was a question of when not if.” All of these statements show that humanity needs to prepare well for any such attacks in the future. Let us know what you think in the comments section below! Also, don’t forget to subscribe to our Telegram channel.
Suryapratim Ray is an engineer, author, robotics hobbyist, and an active Quoran. Being a technical blogger, he covers the good, bad, and ugly of science on a regular basis at Sciencenews18. In addition to his passion for writing, he’s equally keen on learning classical music.