How is the new crown epidemic in Greece heading? Experts make the latest predictions

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China News Service, May 17th. According to the Greek “China-Greece Times” report, on the evening of May 16, local time, the Greek National Public Health Organization announced that in the past 24 hours, Greece had added 1262 new cases of new coronary pneumonia, and a total of confirmed cases 377090 cases; 50 new deaths and a total of 11,415 deaths.

How is the new crown epidemic in Greece heading? Experts make the latest predictions


p > May 3, local time, in Athens, Greece, a waiter in a restaurant was cleaning the table.

According to reports, the number of newly diagnosed cases in Greece has shown a downward trend in recent days. What will happen to the new crown pneumonia epidemic in the future? Greece’s top epidemiologist Sodiris Cioderas made a prediction for the epidemic at the 20th Pan-Hellenic Infectious Diseases Conference. He emphasized that the new crown virus will always exist.

At the meeting, he mainly analyzed the key elements of the new crown epidemic, and specifically mentioned the mutation of the new crown virus and the plan to use new tools to track the mutant virus in the future.

Ciodras said that based on existing scientific data and some unknown parameters, he has the following predictions for the future trend of the epidemic:

——New tools must be used to control the virus “Monitoring”;

——The human body may develop natural immunity to the new coronavirus without a vaccine, and the immunity can last for a long time:

——Continue to pay attention to the new coronavirus in the future Evolution and mutation.

Ceaudras emphasized that in the future we must be more fully prepared to face the new crown virus.

For the mutation of the new coronavirus, he said that the mutation of the virus will increase the infectivity and pathogenicity of the virus, and the effectiveness of public health measures, virus testing, drugs and vaccines may also be reduced. Therefore, we must pay attention to the mutations of various new coronaviruses in the future. (Zhu Tianhao)