Covid-19 Pandemic Could Last Until 2022, Says Harvard Professor

Timothy Springer's projection is based on the Spanish flu. The professor is also an investor in Moderna, a company that has announced vaccine trials.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - For immunologist and Harvard professor Timothy Springer, the novel coronavirus pandemic is likely to last until next year and will likely continue for a period in 2022.

In an interview with EXAME, Springer said that "the current Covid-19 crisis is similar to a war and that it "will be even more severe than any we have seen this century, and it will probably last longer, possibly three years. "And it's going to be particularly hard on underdeveloped countries," Springer said.

Worldwide, nearly six million people are infected with the disease and 357,929 have . . .

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