Wednesday, February 24, 2021

The worst case scenario is behind us


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In an interview for the Danish state television DR, Kluge emphasized that 2021 will also be the year of Kovid 19, but a year in which it will be much easier to manage the epidemic compared to 2020.

Kluge believes that the worst-case scenario is behind us and that there is more data on the virus compared to 2020, when it first began to spread, reports Nezavisne.

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Stressing that no one can know in advance the development of the epidemic, Kluge made his prediction: “I think the pandemic will end in early 2022.”

“There will still be viruses, but I don’t think restrictions will be needed. This is an optimistic message,” Kluge said.

Speaking about corona mutations, Kluge explained that the mutations are normal and that the virus is trying to adapt to the infected person, but that the rapid spread of mutations worries him.

He said that they closely monitor how effective vaccines have been developed against covid 19 due to the speed of spread of mutations. Kluge emphasized that they take mutations very seriously.

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