The World Health Organization Has A Gloomy Forecast For Washington In 20 Years


Now, let’s get started. A few years have passed since COVID-19 completely upended our civilization and altered the way we live. Although the virus is still present, its numbers are not as high as they were when it first started.

We appear to have reached a stage where we can take a step back and unwind for a short while. Not so quickly, as the WHO has released yet another grave alert on the new coronavirus that sent us into complete panic in 2020.

This is the report’s findings

According to this most recent assessment from the World Health Organization, the global epidemic is still ongoing and we have not yet reached the end of it.

“We don’t necessarily know how often we’re getting infected,” said Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove, head of the World Health Organization’s emerging diseases, according to during a news briefing. “Five years, 10 years, 20 years from now, what are we going to see in terms of cardiac impairment, pulmonary impairment, and neurologic impairment? Even though the pandemic is in its fifth year, there is still a lot we don’t know about it.

Even if a person doesn’t exhibit any symptoms, there is still a possibility that they are infected and could infect others because so many people are likely carrying the virus. Because of this, there is fear among the global health community that a significant number of people may have been exposed to the virus during the holiday season due to big gatherings.

The CDC confirms that the predominant strain, JN.1, has been spreading throughout the US, according to health sources.
The quick expansion of JN.1 in comparison to other variants begs the question of whether this variant might cause an incremental increase in infections. The variant’s continuous growth suggests that JN.1 is either more transmissible or better at eluding human immune systems.”

How about Washington State, then?

One of our issues, similar to many states around the nation, is the large number of individuals who exhibit symptoms yet choose not to get tested. The main issue is COVID fatigue. Simply said, everyone is sick of contemplating it. Reintroducing social distancing and COVID protocols is merely a way to prevent people from taking it seriously.

It is unlikely that asymptomatic individuals will know they have it at all if symptomatic individuals choose not to get tested. And it’s what actually allows the spread to occur. There’s a chance that hospital admissions and fatalities will rise.

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