Serhat TUNAR -TDO- A report, published by the University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Diseases Research and Policy (CIDRAP), said the Coronavirus outbreak could last another two years.
The report, by four experts working with CIDRAP, said coronavirus cannot be controlled without infecting two-thirds of the world's population.
The report also stated that coronavirus can be more difficult to control than the flu epidemic because it is transmitted from people who do not have symptoms, and that coronavirus may be at the peak of its contagion during the period when it does not show symptoms.
Finally, the report issued by CIDRAP warned of the possibility that the Coronavirus outbreak will not disappear soon, and said, “People should be prepared for the periodic re-emergence of this disease over the next two years."
 The report can be reached from https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/covid-19/covid-19-cidrap-viewpoint