Scientists named the approximate dates of the end of the pandemic

Scientists named the approximate dates of the end of the pandemic

Experts have suggested when the world will return to normal.

Co-founder of BioNTech and one of the developers of the most promising vaccine against coronavirus in the world, Professor Ugur Sakhin named the approximate end of the pandemic, writes the BBC.

He believes that the planet will be able to return to normal life by the end of 2021.

“I am confident that human-to-human transmission will be reduced by such an effective vaccine. It is possible that the decline will be 50% rather than 90%, but it could also lead to a sharp decline in the rate of spread,” Saheen said.

Ugur Sakhin said this winter will still be difficult. In his opinion, the impact of COVID-19 vaccine will be significant already in summer and by next winter life should return to normal.