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Life around the world is changing dramatically as we practise social distancing, staying away from our friends and avoiding going to our favourite places, or even being unable to work. We already l...
Top experts say the virus is going to be circulating for a year or two and can keep infecting people, causing outbreaks until there is a vaccine or treatment to stop it. If we drop the unpleasant a...
Apart from vaccination and treatment medicines, experts also talk of herd immunity, where enough people contract the virus, and become immune to it, slowing the spread. This approach is not guarant...
..for the ongoing measure of social distancing:
The new virus is extremely contagious, with each person infecting 2.5 others on average, and no human is immune to it. A social distancing measure spanning months would be inevitable. Public health...
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Near the end of World War One, the Spanish flu infected over a quarter of the world's population and claimed between 50 and 100 million lives.
During this pandemic, cities around the US ...
One of the goals of social distancing is to delay the spread of the virus, so it reaches people more slowly.
The idea is to lengthen the time period over which the virus travels through a population and push the peak number of cases back so it appears later. With a lower rate of spreading, less infected people will need urgent care and resources at any given time.
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