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Are There Somethings They Are Not Telling Us About The Coronavirus?

The testing for the coronavirus pandemic is going on worldwide but the virus keeps infecting thousands - EPA / Vostock-photo
The testing for the coronavirus pandemic is going on worldwide but the virus keeps infecting thousands - EPA / Vostock-photo


There is the need for the world to get worried as all hopes that the coronavirus Pandemic is subsiding are dashed because the virus keeps rising and its ferocious nature is killing and affecting thousands of people worldwide.


The American infectious disease specialist, and the chief expert of the working group on the fight against coronavirus in the United States, Dr. Anthony Fauci has given several medical advice and regulations for people to observe to reduce the virus infection but it seems nothing is working.


There are

 large outbreaks of the virus in Brazil, South Africa, Asia, and many countries in Europe. The disturbing part of the pandemic is countries that the virus subsided and seemed defeated, are now registering a new wave of infections.


France, Belgium, Italy, etc, are all registering a new wave of the pandemic, despite all these countries with other countries are following strictly the rules, such as social isolation, reducing social gathering, and wearing mouth masks to avoid the spread of the virus.


Are people breaking the rules or they are not telling us the truth about the coronavirus pandemic? Dr. Fauci noted that if the countries of the world do not work together to take coordinated measures to contain the pandemic, the virus will spread actively for several more months.


He also said that the outbreak of the coronavirus in the United States has still not been brought under control. This is a fact that can't be ignored because the COVID 19's impact on the United States of America at the moment is a complete disaster.

 

There are increases in the number of infections in many states, including California, Arizona, Florida, and Texas. The United States ranks first in the number of coronaviruses infections and deaths among all countries in the world. 


Over more than 8 million infections have been diagnosed in the United States since the outbreak of the virus, claiming the lives of over 224,000, according to statistics site Worldometer.



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