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Vaccine Business Race Made Planet Forgot Common Sense Hierarchy of Pandemic Controls

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Liviu Popa Simil*

Volume2-Issue7
Dates: Received: 2021-07-06 | Accepted: 2021-07-20 | Published: 2021-07-22
Pages: 593-595

Abstract

Over time humanity crossed and survived many pandemics, and most recent and devastating few were “Spanish Flu”, SARS-CoV-1, and SARS-CoV-2 also called COVID-19. The last one placed the planet is disarray for about 2 years and it is not over yet, up to now recording about 185 Million infections and 4 Million Deaths. Few countries succeeded to control the pandemic, but most of the countries failed, following US example, which with only 4% of world population delivered 25% of the cases and deaths. US and many other countries put the entire hope in vaccines, and failed to apply the knowledge and technology acquired over the time and most of it in the last 100 years, generically called the “hierarchy of pandemic control”, or applied it inconsistently, inventing new controls and politicizing the subject down to distraction.

Most of the countries put money and comfort first, considering pandemics a nuisance and paying a hard price, in most of the cases relying on government’s misinformation and refusing to consider anything else but a vaccine as the ultimate solution due to many reasons involving many negative features of those societies, incapable of understanding the danger, and because vaccine was seen as a big business available for very few selected companies and people.

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© 2021 Simil LP. Distributed under Creative Commons CC-BY 4.0

How to cite this article

Simil LP. Vaccine Business Race Made Planet Forgot Common Sense Hierarchy of Pandemic Controls. J Biomed Res Environ Sci. 2021 July 22; 2(7): 593-595. doi: 10.37871/jbres1281, Article ID: JBRES1281, Available at: https://www.jelsciences.com/articles/jbres1281.pdf


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