We have to learn to live with the virus for months if not years

We have to STAY & live with the virus for months if not years UK

"We have to learn to live with the virus for months, if not years," said Professor Jonathan Van Tom, England's deputy chief medical officer.

A daily briefing on the daily epidemic in the UK was chaired by Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb on Monday.

What we learned from the briefing:

Confirmed cases, hospital admissions, and intensive care use are now slowly declining in the UK.

The government is hoping to prevent another outbreak of the epidemic, but the virus is likely to spread in the fall and winter, so it is preparing for an emergency.

Anosmia - Sensation is now considered a symptom of the virus in the UK. It was delayed in being included in the symptoms because it appears only after other symptoms (persistent cough and fever) and does not play a major role in diagnosing the disease.

Children do not play a role in spreading the disease in the same way that they spread the flu. And it has been shown that the effects of the disease are not as severe in most children as in adults.

The government wants an international review of the virus's starting point.

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