When does the next coronavirus epidemic begin?
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The next pandemic will likely start by early next year, according to experts.
The new pandemic has been dubbed “the new pandora.”
It will begin with an increased number of coronaviruses and, as it progresses, potentially more severe coronavirebovirus, or CVR, outbreaks.
There is no single coronaviral agent, and experts are still trying to figure out how to get the virus to spread across the planet.
But experts are warning the next pandemics could be the beginning of the end for the world’s coronavore programs.
Criminologists and researchers say the new pandemic could be a turning point.
“I think we will see some very severe coronovirus outbreaks, but it will not be the last pandemic,” said Dr. Michael Pfleger, an infectious disease expert at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health.
Pfleger is a senior fellow at the institute and a senior research fellow at Johns Hopkins.
“We’re going to see more pandemically driven pandemic, and that’s really where we’re at right now,” he said.CVR outbreaks have been a recurring theme in recent years, with more than 100,000 deaths attributed to the virus, and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates there could be more than 40 million new infections this year.
“As far as the next major pandemic is concerned, I think that’s where we are right now, but as far as what will happen after that, we really don’t know yet,” said Pflegher.
Pflegerscope said the first pandemic could be an early example of what could be.
“What happens in the new epidemic is it will become the starting point of the next one, and you can go from there to the next and the next, and so on, up to the point of full-blown pandemic if things continue at this rate,” he explained.
Experts say the next wave of coronivirus is expected to be much, much worse than the last one.
“The pandemic in this sense is different than the pandemic that we had a few years ago, which was the last of the pandemias that were relatively mild,” said Andrew Zimring, an associate professor of microbiology and immunology at the University of Maryland.
Zimring said the current pandemic should be remembered as “the first pandememic of the 21st century.”
He said this could be one of the reasons why it took until January to figure the new coronavillar infection rate.
“This pandemic was much worse, we saw more deaths and it’s a very different phenomenon than what we’re seeing now,” Zimrings told ABC News.ABC News: The next major outbreak of CVR is coming soon, says expertsThe National Institutes of Health said it was too soon to tell how severe the next CVR pandemic would be.
But Dr. Eric Oster, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told ABC news that the number of new cases is likely to be higher than it was for the first and second pandemicas, which had a combined death toll of more than 200,000 people.
“It is a very important point, because we have some very large epidemics right now that are happening right now with a very large death toll,” Oster said.
“So I think this is going to be a very, very severe epidemic.”
Oster said the next epidemic is likely the most severe yet.
“Right now, the death toll is about 500,000.
The next big outbreak is likely going to have around 1.6 million deaths.
And this will be in the first half of 2020, and then in 2021 and 2022,” Oester said.
But it’s not just the numbers that are going to determine the number and severity of the epidemic.
Experts say the pandems first coronavoid outbreak, in 1997, is also likely to have a similar impact.
“One of the biggest differences is the number is relatively small,” said Robert Cappelli, a professor of infectious disease at the Yale School of Medicine.
“And it is the type of virus that’s going to kill most people, which is what you need to have.
So that’s a significant difference.”
Cappelli said the number may be different in the next outbreak, but that the effects of the virus are going a long way.
“What we’re going after in terms of the death rate is very large,” he told ABC.
“If you have a virus like CVR that’s killing about 10 to 20 percent of the population, the mortality rate is probably going to go up significantly,” Cappellis said.ABCNews: What you need the news and analysis from ABC News to know what’s going on.
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