The COVID-19 pandemic according to the World Health Organization (WHO) is still is no longer an emergency. It is however continues to be a public health threat as 100,000's are sickened each month and 1,000's die each month. Additionally over 2 billion people have not received a single vaccine as of February 26, 2023.

Long Covid is a major problem and various interest groups and companies are joining a virtual meeting from Feb, 29, 2024 to March 1, 2024. If you have an interest in information about Long Covid and potential answers see the links below.

According to the WHO in the last 28 days over 8,635 have died and over 417,507 have been sickened globally from COVID -19 and millions are still suffering with Long Term COVID. WHO estimates the number of deaths depending on how countries count the deaths of COVID-19 patients, close to 15 Million have died from COVID-19 since the pandemic began. Omicron variants are on the rise again with over 1,000 subclades. Bivalent vaccines that contain the original major variants since the beginning of the pandemic until now, are included in the current 2023/2024 Bivalent Omicron vaccine according to Pfizer and Moderna.

Long Covid Information
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In Depth Research and General Information on Long Covid
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14.9 Million Death Associated with COVID-19
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September 2023 Bivalent Vaccines
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This acute phase of the COVID-19 pandemic had threatened the lives of approximately 144 million people with Post COVID-19 or also called Long Covid symptoms injuring and as many as 22 million who have 12 months of persistent health problems due to COVID-19's attacks on multiple body organs such as the heart, lungs, and the central nervous system.

By March 1, 2024 a WHO sponsored webinar will have more information and updates regarding the identification, diagnose, and treatments of Long Covid.

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Yes. Numerous steps have already begun with WHO and public and private organizations including an international surveillance network.

Simple steps include hand washing and other hygienic practices such as mask wearing in large groups depending on where one might live. Specifically the elderly and those with weakened immune systems (for whatever reasons), should take precautions as well.

Of course technology can help, but the pandemic revealed long term obstacles and even pitfalls. While injectable vaccines are part of the solution, so is trust. Nasal and oral vaccines can prevent transmission and transferring the disease and typically have a safer profile than injectable vaccines. Be sure to check with your health care giver or physician for any treatments before taking any forms of medication or treatments.

However, there are other surmountable pitfalls and obstacles which need to be overcome and are explained in Episode 1 of our YouTube video.

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Yes, according to WHO and global scientists. As the risk remains low for the spread of human to human of the influenza virus strain of H5N1 more and more reported cases are found globally. As we are well aware what happened with SARS-CoV-2 or Covid transmission can rapidly grow.

This virus is highly contagious. In the last few years it has spread from most birds including millions of chicken farms globally as well as over 100 wild bird species, and over ten animals species such as sea lions, mink, foxes, and just in 2023 has spread to house cats in Europe. This is a telltale sign that transmission is getting closer to spreading amongst humans. This is under close scrutiny by WHO and member states.

However other threats such as filioviruses like Ebola, Ebola's Marburg Ebola strain, SARS and Niph are potential threats according to the WHO.

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Click here for the latest news on H5N1,

The expression: "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." is more important than ever.