Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic - Doc

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Sarip, Hanera G. STEM-12 MARKOur lives have been affected in so many ways by this corona virus. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in severe economic and social impacts around the world. People are getting frustrated with social distancing and quarantine measures, and the economic and social impacts of months of shut down are starting to scare people more than the disease itself. They fear that hunger will kill them, not the virus.Based on the video, it was stated that the pandemic will come to an end on the basis of how the global government will respond to it. They have three option; Race Through It, Delay and Vaccinate or Coordinate and Crush. I strongly oppose to the option Race Through it because I think that it is not effective to just expose people from the virus without precautionary measures. It will take time for the virus to no longer find a new host and by then, millions of people will die and the health care system willeventually collapse. I very much agree with the second option, the Delay and Vaccinate, as governments and communities around the world are doing their best to delay the spread of corona virus so that testing facilities can have time to develop a vaccine. They use this crucial time through strategies that may involve wide-ranging tests to identify carriers, quarantine the infected and associated individuals, and physical distancing. With that, the Delay and Vaccinate is a slow, steady and proven option. It will take time to produce a vaccine but even if the pandemic ends before the vaccine, corona virus can possibly occur again at any time so vaccines will continue to protect people and for the betterment of everyone. I believed that over the next months, COVID vaccines will be available across the world and the pandemic will fizzles out. We will soon be a COVID-free community thanks to the global effort and most importantly to the Almighty. The next pandemic could be just around the corner, we'd be wise to keep our quarantine and social distancing skills sharp for the future.

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