Citation: DE JERSEY; J. Review of Research on Covid-19 JAS4QoL 2020, 6(1) 1 online at: http://as4qol.org/EvP4w
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Tags: coronavirus, Coronavirus Epidemiology, Coronavirus Treatments, covid-19, Covid-19 Epidemiology, Covid-19 Treatments, DE JERSEY; John
Review of Research on Covid-19
The University of Queensland, St. Lucia, Queensland 4072, Australia (firstname.lastname@example.org)
A number of approaches to alleviate the Covid-19 pandemic have been discussed as well as longer term solutions. It seems possible that, when the pandemic has run its course, Covid-19 will continue at a low level in the community and be controlled by a vaccine and selective drugs developed as a consequence of the pandemic. How rapidly the properties of the virus may change as a result of mutations remains to be seen. Changes may lead to weakening of vaccine efficacy, development of drug resistance and/or to a strengthening or weakening of the virus' infectivity. The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted once again the possibility that future viruses may cross the animal human barrier with devastating consequences. Such events are rendered more likely by increases in world population and destruction of wild animal habitat.
Keywords: Covid-19, Coronavirus, Covid-19 Epidemiology, Covid-19 Treatments
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