Covid-19 Pandemic – Two Years Later

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It has been two years since the Coronavirus entered our collective live.

Yes, two years ago today, the WHO (World Health Organization) declared the Coronavirus as a pandemic. Whoever unfamiliar with the term then would have no trouble today giving a talk about how they feel about it. 

More than 6 million people worldwide died from the Covid-19. And close to 1 million of those were in the US alone. Not to mention, the ripple effect of these fatalities touches many lives. Every deceased could be a family member, relative, friend, co-worker, or neighbor. 

While the sociological impact is unfathomable, the pandemic is progressing. In America, two-third of the populations are fully vaccinated, but it has reached a plateau that is not going to make the pandemic going away. Elsewhere around the world, people are still in the midst of locking down.

I like to be optimistic and join the public clamor of going back to a normal life. Who wouldn’t want to have that reboot? But the question is not when but how? I am certain that it is going to happen. I just can’t see light at the end of the tunnel, yet.

What is your take? 

 

 

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