In February 2020, Christian Drosten revealed the genetic sequencing of COVID-19 and issued a warning online. Since the outbreak worldwide, over 350 gnome sequences of mutations have been identified.
A road map to pandemic resilience released by Harvard’s Safra Center for Ethics, suggests we need to deliver 5 million tests daily to safely reopen the economy.
“We don’t have the accurate answer yet,” said one of the WHO officials. However, the WHO is not dismissing the possibility of widespread asymptomatic cases.
The good news is the plans submitted by the states are considered excellent. However, during early weeks the virus took off, infecting thousands.
This rapidly spreading disease is of huge concern to individuals and businesses around the globe. Currently, there are two different types of tests available that help detect the presence of a SARS-CoV-2 infection.
Each case of COVID-19 might express itself uniquely: It can appear as a very mild disease in some individuals while extremely severe in others. In rare cases, the disease can even lead to organ failure and death.