Without Covid-19 vaccine, US may need social distancing until 2022

The study comes as more than 2200 people died in the United States from the outbreak on Tuesday a record according to a REUTERS tally even as the country debated how to reopen its economy.The overall death toll in the US from the virus stands at more than 28300 as of Tuesday.

Intermittent distancing may be required into 2022 unless critical care capacity is increased substantially or a treatment or vaccine becomes available the Harvard researchers said in findings published Tuesday in the journal Science.Giving examples of South Korea and Singapore the researchers wrote that effective distancing could reduce the strain on healthcare systems and enable contact tracing and quarantine to be feasible.

The World Health Organization(WHO)has warned that infections had certainly not yet peaked.Nearly 2 million people globally have been infected and more than 124000 have died in the most serious pandemic in a century.Amrika ch dino din crona da qher vadda hi ja reha hai te hun pata laga ha ke 2022 tak eh lockdown varga mahol banea rahega othe loka ch apasi doori rakhni hoveghi ik meeter tak.The epicenter has shifted from China where the virus emerged in December to the United States which has now recorded the most deaths.

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