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US News The Coronavirus epidemic will last until next summer according to the President of the Scientific Council (Video)

08:40  10 october  2020
08:40  10 october  2020 Source:   bcboltlefig-a.akamaihd.net

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As the United States reported a record increase in the number of coronavirus infections during the middle of July 2020, online reports claimed a decreasing Second, the prevalence of the disease, not the number of deaths, is considered to be the main indicator of its epidemic status, according to the

L’épidémie de Coronavirus va durer jusqu’à l’été prochain d’après le président du Conseil scientifique (Vidéo) © Provided by Gentside The Coronavirus epidemic will last until next summer according to the president of the Scientific Council (Video)

Yesterday, Olivier Véran announced new strong measures to try to minimize the circulation of Coronavirus in France. While these restrictions are increasingly resented by the population, the number of cases continues to explode day after day. And if everyone dreams of seeing the situation improve sooner rather than later, they will have to take their trouble patiently. It was Professor Jean-François Delfraissy , President of the Scientific Council who said so this morning during his visit to Jean-Jacques Bourdin's morning. For him, it will be necessary to wait at least until spring 2021.

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"It will last"

During his speech, Jean-François Delfraissy insisted on the fact that would be impossible to resume life as we knew it before for some time yet.

“We must all understand that we left with a medium and long term vision with this virus. That is, it’s not just September 2020 that is at stake. It’s all of winter 2020. It’s spring 2021. It’s going to last. "The virus will be around for a while. But we are now taking note that our entire population must understand that we have entered into something medium to long term. Again, I know I'm not going to please by saying that. But it's my role to announce it. We have to learn to live with this virus for the medium to long term. "A hope ?

If we will have to wait as best we can, Jean-François Delfraissy remains "optimistic" in the face of the Coronavirus epidemic. For him, science should be able to fight more effectively in a few months.

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The coronavirus pandemic is likely to last between 18 and 24 months, scientists from the University of Minnesota have predicted. "Depending on the height of the wave peaks, this scenario could require periodic reinstitution and subsequent relaxation of mitigation measures over the next one to two years."

It is undeniable that the coronavirus epidemic has come on the scene at a crucial moment, when According to Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg, who had chaired the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council Hospitals and general practitioners started to treat their patients with the drug until it quickly went out

"Why next summer? Because on the one hand this virus will eventually subside after a while spontaneously on the one hand. Second, we are likely to have early vaccine candidates that have some form of efficacy. And finally, the medicine of innovation, of therapy which has not been present until now. We don't have any medicine yet, even for preventive purposes. I think we will have the first elements in the spring of 2021. "

As BFMTV reminded us, ten vaccines are currently being tested. Inserm recently called for volunteers to test a vaccine against the Coronavirus.

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