Considering a lot of negative news that we hear every day, we can’t entirely expect that to go away any time soon. As much as we want to go back to our old lives, we can’t. It is impossible to stay overly confident with this virus still spreading. For more than months of not seeing anything better, we are all worried about one thing. Pretty much, we all have the same questions in our mind as to when this pandemic will be over. So what do you think will happen if we never discover a vaccine?
The Unfortunate Truth
Though scientific experts worldwide are trying their best to come up with a possible solution to this Coronavirus infection, all of them made it clear. That despite technological advancement, there is a possibility that they may not come up with a vaccine. Sadly, some experts claim that the probability of getting a vaccine is entirely small. Thus, it is very disheartening to expect a cure at the end of the year.
Unfortunately, we are all expecting too much from the people who we know are scientifically knowledgeable. Most of us individuals are putting the pressure on them on finding the cure or vaccine for this virus infection. However, most of these experts understand that it is a difficult thing to do. The treatment or vaccine for this COVID-19 virus doesn’t look so promising.
Most organizations, government funds, and world foundations are putting billions of dollars in vaccine research alone. All these monetary sectors are exerting an effort towards addressing COVID-19. That is why it is a big deal, especially considering how it affects millions of people’s lives in just two months.
The Sacrifices We Are Dealing With
Perhaps we all complain about our situations right now. We feel we are imprisoned in some way from the limited access we have to the outside world. There is this buildup of eagerness not to follow safety measures anymore because we somehow feel like we are being deprived of our right to do what we want to do. In some instances, we begin to think that this whole social distancing is killing our emotional and mental states. We believe that the struggle is not in terms of fighting for the disease, but instead keeping our emotional and psychological balance.
Honestly, most of us complain a lot, not because we care about the world. We complain because we are tired and frustrated about the situations that we can no longer handle. That is the reason why we point fingers and blame others for the spread of this disease. And despite our ability to be aware of and be compassionate about everything, we choose to close our doors in better understanding.
Although there are technically a lot of difficulties in creating a vaccine, we all need to stay hopeful in the process. We should trust our experts and allow them to create a vaccine that would work despite future mutations. Understandably, vaccines are not always possible. But with all the resources and technological advancement we have right now, things can inevitably be different. Yes, it may take a lot of time to get the cure, but we need to consider that we are already finding positive results in some scientific experiments of producing antibodies. We just need to hold on tight and keep ourselves safe and healthy to avoid getting infected. With that, we must follow social distancing, frequently wash our hands, exercise regularly, and eat healthy foods.