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COVID-19 pandemic is over.

The pandemic is not over as the experts have warned the risks of COVID-19 infections' resurgence.

The pandemic is not over as the experts have warned the risks of COVID-19 infections' resurgence.The Duterte administration and the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases(IATF-EID) claimed that the second-wave is fake with false positives pandemic is over. There were so many reports and suggestions over the second wave of the pandemic. Some scientists suggested that if the person is resistant or immunologically fit, they would neither get ill nor participate significantly in viral transmission.

World Health Organisation(WHO) had warned countries to stay alert to the chance of resurgence of the second wave of the COVID-19. It urged that the nations should remain vigilant as they re-open their economies. WHO emergencies head Dr. Mike Ryan said epidemics often come in waves. This means that outbreaks could go back later this year in areas where the initial wave has fallen. There was also a possibility that infection rates could rise again promptly if measures to halt the first wave were lifted too early.

Luxembourg's Government has released a report over testing pandemic and about the second wave. It states that there is a possibility of the second wave by analog contacting. Hence, proactive and preventive actions should be taken. The governments have issued alerts worldwide, and COVID-19's complete information is updated with new cases and death every day, so the pandemic is not over.

The COVID-19 pandemic has given rise to a lot of potentially dangerous misinformation. For reliable advice on COVID-19 including symptoms, prevention and available treatment, please refer to the World Health Organisation or your national healthcare authority.

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