Will COVID-19 Pandemic will End in a Year?

Will COVID-19 Pandemic will End in a Year?

Moderna's director predicted that the pandemic will end in a year. Keep reading to find out all the information. Read on.

Moderna's director predicted that the pandemic will end in a year. Keep reading to find out all the information. Read on.

The executive director of the laboratory that makes the vaccines Moderna, Stéphane Bancel, predicted, in dialogue with the Swiss media Neue Zuercher Zeitung, that the pandemic could end in a year.

Bancel's prediction came on the same day that the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed a downward trend in the pandemic. When Bancel was asked if that meant a return to normalcy in the second half of next year, he said: "Starting today, in a year, I guess."

The executive director of the laboratory that makes the vaccines Moderna, Stéphane Bancel, predicted, in dialogue with the Swiss media Neue Zuercher Zeitung, that the pandemic could end in a year.

And, according to what was revealed by the WHO, the 3.6 million global cases of COVID-19 registered in the week between September 13 and 19 represent a decrease of 9% compared to the previous seven days, with which is the second consecutive week of fall in the infections of the world population.

Coinciding with other experts who anticipate that only in the spring of the northern hemisphere can a return to normality be achieved and ensuring that the production of immunizers should be enough to vaccinate the entire population in 2022, Bancel added that "those who do not get vaccinated will be immunized naturally, because the Delta variant is very contagious. This way we will end up in a flu-like situation. "

Coinciding with other experts who anticipate that only in the spring of the northern hemisphere can a return to normality be achieved and ensuring that the production of immunizers

"They can be vaccinated and have a good winter or not and run the risk of getting sick and possibly even ending up in the hospital," defined the executive director of Moderna, referring to the fact that in the northern hemisphere they already entered in autumn and the cold is back close.

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