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1. 8 Things People Diagnosed With Coronavirus Want You To Know
Around the world, cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, continue to surge. It’s estimated that more than 325,000 people have been infected already — a number that will likely increase again by the time you read this. Meanwhile, more than 95,000 people have already recovered.
Those who’ve already weathered the virus have learned a lot from it. They know what it’s like to get tested and how the symptoms progress. They also know what it feels like to watch people panic-shop and huddle in bars while they sit at home with a fever.
We spoke to a few people who’ve had COVID-19 and asked them what they want us to understand about the illness. Here’s what they said.
Read more: Huffpost
2. The 12 deadliest viruses on Earth
Humans have been battling viruses since before our species had even evolved into its modern form. For some viral diseases, vaccines and antiviral drugs have allowed us to keep infections from spreading widely, and have helped sick people recover. For one disease — smallpox — we’ve been able to eradicate it, ridding the world of new cases.
But we’re a long way from winning the fight against viruses. In recent decades, several viruses have jumped from animals to humans and triggered sizable outbreaks, claiming thousands of lives. The viral strain that drove the 2014-2016 Ebola outbreak in West Africa kills up to 90% of the people it infects, making it the most lethal member of the Ebola family.
Read more: Live science
3. 10 Viruses That Actually Help Humankind
Virus. The word is usually met with fear and understandably so. These microscopic collections of biological chemicals have been responsible for countless cases of death and sickness. The very mention of a deadly viral pandemic can send entire neighborhoods, cities, or even geographic zones into a state of sheer, frenzied panic.
Read more: Listverse.com
4.Could We Be Living With COVID-19 Forever?
The novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has quickly taken over our lives. As the global pandemic worsens, lockdowns across states and nations have gone into effect while hospitals in hard-hit areas remain in a state of constant crisis. As of March 27, over half a million people have been infected worldwide and deaths have topped 25,000. Those counts will increase greatly before the pandemic is over.
As we deal with the day-to-day realities of a worldwide disease, many of us are simply waiting for the pandemic to end. But there’s a worrying possibility lurking underneath the present crisis: COVID-19 might never go away.
There’s a very real chance the novel coronavirus could become endemic in the human population, much like influenza. If so, we could be living with COVID-19 for a long time.
Read more: Discovermagazine.com
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