After Bill Gates, Germany Also Gave A Date: When Will It End?
Remarkable statements came from Germany regarding the coronavirus epidemic, which increased concerns with the Indian mutation. “The virus knows no boundaries. The fight against the epidemic will only be successful if it is brought under control all over the world,” said Lothar Wieler, President of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) responsible for combating epidemics in Germany.
“VIRUS DOES NOT KNOW BORDERS”
At the press conference held in Berlin, Lothar Wieler, President of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) responsible for combating epidemic diseases in Germany, reminded that approximately 3.35 million cases have been detected in Germany since the virus appeared and said, “The virus knows no borders. It will only succeed if it is taken under control all over the world.”.
Noting that the vaccines developed for Covid-19 will prevent the situation from getting worse even if they do not eliminate the virus, Wieler pointed out that there are many vaccines in Germany but there are still many people who need to be vaccinated.
“We estimate that the epidemic will continue until the end of 2022,” Wieler said.
Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, answered the question that the world was curious about recently. Speaking to British Sky News, Bill Gates pointed to 2022 as the date when life will completely return to normal.
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