What Are People Talking About The Coronavirus Pandemic?

What Are People Talking About The Coronavirus Pandemic?

What are people talking about the Coronavirus pandemic?

What do people all around the globe have to say about Coronavirus? Here’s what…

Dr. Jeremy Greene, historian of medicine at Johns Hopkins says:

“When people ask, ‘When will this end?,’ they are asking about the social ending.”

Johnny Corn says:

“We have a chance to do something extraordinary. As we head out of this pandemic we can change the world. Create a world of love. A world where we are kind to each other. A world were we are kind no matter what class, race, sexual orientation, what religion or lack of or what job we have. A world we don’t judge those at the food bank because that may be us if things were just slightly different. Let love and kindness be our roadmap.”

Dr. Susan Murray, Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin stated:

“On the street and on the wards, people are anxious. Having the wrong color skin is enough to earn you the side-eye from your fellow passengers on the bus or train. Cough once, and you will find them shuffling away from you.”

According to Ron Baratono:

“We the people will control this virus, bringing the number of people affected, and dying down to an all-time low. You’ll vote whichever way you please, but at the present time we must work together. It will be our own aspirations. That spark of Godhood we all carry, by the people, for the people, that will save thousands of lives.”

John M. Barry says:

“This disease is no joke, to be made light of, but a terrible calamity.”

Anthony T’ Hincks states:

COVID-19 offers us the chance to change who we were and what we stood for. It would be a shame to miss this opportunity for a second chance.”

According to Dora Vargha, historian at the University of Exeter:

“Endings “are very, very messy. Looking back, we have a weak narrative. For whom does the epidemic end, and who gets to say?”

According to Olawale Daniel:

Covid-19 offers us a great opportunity for individual and collective recession. It is a time to go back to the drawing board and rewrite the next phase of our existence. The upcoming generation has to read about how we fought this pandemic with or without vaccines in order to overcome similar situations during their times.”

Michael Levitt, Nobel laureate says:

“End of Coronavirus pandemic is near.”

Bill Gates says:

“We are not even ‘halfway through’ the Covid-19 pandemic.”  

Now you know what people are talking about the Coronavirus pandemic!

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