When will the COVID-19 pandemic end? | Inside Story

When will the covid-19 pandemic end? | inside story

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Most of the world appears to have moved on from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The W.H.O. believes 90 percent of the global population now has some form of immunity, either from infections or vaccines.

Its Director General says the ’emergency phase’ of the pandemic could be over soon, but warns dangerous variants could still emerge.

What will happen if we let our guard down now?

Presenter: Dareen Abughaida

Guests:

Dr. Margaret Harris – World Health Organization Spokeswoman.

Dr. Gabriel Scally – Visiting Professor of Public Health, University of Bristol.

Dr. Ravi Malik – Chairman and Founder, Radix Hospital in New Delhi.

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