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A deadly disease on the way after Covid-19

Since the first case of the new coronavirus was reported in the Chinese city of Wuhan on November 17, 2019, it has spread rapidly to many countries with currently configured cases of 1,276,587, of which 69,522 deaths were recorded and 265,944 recovered according to data from the world meter.

 Although the "Stay at Home" measure is considered to be the most effective way to contain the spread of the virus, its economic impact cannot be ignored.

 In a publication by The Washington Post on April 5, 2020, Fareed said: "Even when we are just beginning to confront the magnitude of the shock caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, we must think of a painful truth. We are in the early stages of what is to come to become a series of cascading crises that appeal to the world.

 "The shock of Covid-19 is felt in countries like China, Italy, Spain and the United States, but next comes" explosions in the developing world ", where testing has been scarce, as well as resources to deal with an economic crash.

 Professor of pediatrics at the University of Bristol, Adam Finn, said it would also be impossible for 5G to transmit the virus. The current epidemic is caused by a virus that is transmitted from one infected person to another. We know this is true. We even have the virus that grows in our lab, obtained from a person with the disease. Viruses and electromagnetic waves that make cell phones and internet connections work are different things. As different as chalk and cheese, he says.

 For those who think prayer is the way to go, we must pray much harder and hope for a miracle. Or the masses could take things into their own hands and take the path of revolution suggested by Fareed.

 In another update, the spread of conspiracy theories linking COVID-19 to the expansion of 5G networks has been described as "complete debris" and "biologically impossible." There, the theories have also been referred to as "the worst kind of fake news" by NHS England Medical Director Stephen Powis.

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