A pandemic is a biological outbreak of a virus spread widely over a wide area, such as an entire continent or worldwide, affecting an insignificant number of individuals. A worldwide pandemic does not necessarily mean a typical outbreak but rather a series of minor outbreaks within a short period with few severe complications.
Therefore, a plague can affect anywhere from tens to hundreds of millions of people within a three to five-day period. Such an occurrence would cause massive disruption to the global economy, reduce food production, and force millions of migrations. Similarly, a worldwide virulent disease does not necessarily follow a breakthrough or a discovery, but rather a sudden increase in the rate of spread, which could be caused by the introduction of a disease that previously had no immunity to its victims.
A deadly disease can appear in several countries, spreading through human contact and causing serious consequences for thousands of people, especially in poor, densely populated regions. A pandemic can last anywhere from three weeks to over one month. An epidemic may affect a single city or a series of cities, or it may affect several countries or continents at once. In a pandemic, a particular disease becomes a pestilence when several countries become infected simultaneously, and millions of people fall ill and are killed.
In 2019, an infectious disease named Corona Virus Disease 2019, also known as COVID-19, emerged in Wuhan, China. COVID-19 became a global economy. This plague turned the whole world into a vulnerable state: From the financial state to mental and physical condition.
For these reasons, experts instituted a PCR test that is also a fit to fly COVID test and provides a fit to fly certificate for those not infected. These examinations helped decrease the dissemination of the outbreak.
However, with the enormous walloped of circumstances that the world is facing because of the plague, the only question that people ask is when the COVID-19 pandemic will end?
Find out all the possible ways to do for the plague to cease on the infographic below brought to you by Harley Medic International: