Ben asked in Science & MathematicsMedicine · 2 months ago

When will COVID-19 end?

Is The pandemic ever going to end, and is it ever stop going to kill/infect Americans by the thousands on a daily basis if so when do you know when it will stop infecting people? Will people ever stop dying everyday? How many more months do we have left of COVID? When will COVID-19 stop spreading? When will face masks, and social distancing be a total thing of the past? When will the virus be under control? When will life be the old normal again? How many more months do we have left of the severe threat of the daily spread of this ongoing disease? Will people ever stop dying by the thousands on a daily basis from the coronavirus? How many more months do we have left until we see no more cases with no more deaths?

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    It will never completely end, Ben- but eventually, we will develop effective vaccines against it. Once enough people are vaccinated, the virus will die down due to the lack of enough uninfected hosts to keep it viable. It's at that point that we will finally be able to put the masks away and get our national and global economies back to where they should be. But there are some side effects of what we've been through that will never disappear, I think. The work landscape has been changed forever, and so has the education landscape. And there is a lot of bitterness on all sides about this.

  • Mike
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Like the flu and other viruses, it will not end.  We will develop vaccines, we will cope and change things to minimize the spread.

    People die every year of various diseases, this is just one more in the list. 

  • 2 months ago

    In answer to all of the questions you asked, no one knows when Covid 19 will end. Hopefully sometime soon. Your questions are impossible to answer.

  • Jim
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    With some of the immunizations, it won't stop them from infecting others!!! So if people won't get vaccinated, they might still get infected. NOT ALL immunizations will work this way just to be clear.

    So I see it winding down by next summer. So until then you know what to do...

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Excellent example of redundancy. 

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