A Second COVID-19 Wave Is Likely
- A vaccine is developed
- Herd immunity is established
- The virus mutates into a weaker, less dangerous state
- Ongoing flare-ups every few months over the next few years until some level of herd immunity is established.
- A severe second peak, probably during the northern hemisphere's winter, similar to what happened with the Spanish Flu in 1918.
Where Will a Second Wave Hit, and Who Will It Affect?
Manufacturing Could Be Devastated By a Second Wave
Importance of Acting Now
Prepare for the Unknown
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