Germany: Coronavirus could remain for decades

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German Health Minister Lauterbach expects a possible coronavirus wave in Germany this autumn. The virus could “keep us busy for a long time – a decade or more”.

The Minister of Health believes it is possible that the coronavirus will remain for several decades: “I’m pretty sure that we’ll get an autumn wave. And Corona will keep us busy for a long time after that – a decade or more.” He pointed out that the HIV virus appeared 40 years ago – “and it’s still there”. Lauterbach said: “We always have to reckon with corona variants, and there can also be dangerous variants.” report


** Possibly the first politician to make an honest and realistic assessment of the long term dangers posed by the virus **




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** This post was originally published on March 6, 2022 **