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Coronavirus is coming to you: Here’s the only way to prevent COVID-19

Coronovirus has become a global health scare more than two months after it first hit China’s Wuhan city.

The entire world is now witnessing in horror the impacts of the deadly disease called Covid-19.

After taking its toll on China, Iran and Italy, the virus has reached the United States where it has represented the most serious challenge to President Donald Trump so far.

The leader of the first world, after facing strong criticism for his lackluster response to coronavirus, has suddenly announced to cut air travelling between Europe and his country as a preventive measure.

While the death rate from coronavirus still remains low, the world has started panicking now after the World Health Organization has declared it a pandemic.

Major sports, fashion and entertainment events and other gatherings are being cancelled or postponed across the globe due to the virus scare.

The release of highly anticipated movies like James Bond’s “No Time To Die” and “Fast and Furious 9” have been rescheduled while makers of “Top Gun”, “Black Widow” and many other movies have yet to make their decision.

Saudi Arabia,where millions of Muslims perform pilgrims every month from across the world, has banned international arrivals.

The coronavirus has become the most serious health challenge the world has seen in recent times. with remedy insight, a journalist has drawn a very grim picture of the situations in a recent article, supporting his words with facts and figures that can be verified from independent sources.

In a report published in medium.com, reporter Tomas Pueyo has provided some eye opening details.

The report focuses on how our worst fears about coronavirus can materialize soon.

While you can still read the article on the website, here are some horrific words from the article titled ” Coronavirus: Why You Must Act Now” that will send shivers down your spine.

“The coronavirus is coming to you.
It’s coming at an exponential speed: gradually, and then suddenly.
It’s a matter of days. Maybe a week or two.
When it does, your healthcare system will be overwhelmed.
Your fellow citizens will be treated in the hallways.
Exhausted healthcare workers will break down. Some will die.
They will have to decide which patient gets the oxygen and which one dies.
The only way to prevent this is social distancing today. Not tomorrow. Today.
That means keeping as many people home as possible, starting now”.

The original article is attached to the tweet below:

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