“We really cannot tell how this will play out: The best policy would be to hope for the best and prepare for the worst.”
The Health Ministry fears a lack of enough flu vaccines which may be a challenge when trying to differentiate between coronavirus and influenza patients.
China took action against an outbreak of avian H1N1 in 2009, restricting incoming flights from affected countries and putting tens of thousands of people into quarantine.
“Now we have 160 patients a day, but during the winter we may have 1,600,” he said.
The coronavirus epidemic created competition between countries as to which ones will be able to get the most vaccines.
Israeli doctors and scientists look back at how the country has handled COVID-19 and predict what might happen next
“It’s remarkable,” Shapiro said. “That’s all I can say. It’s just unbelievable. I think perhaps it’s because of her art that she’s still involved in.”
I believe the average Israeli is well-informed on health issues. Yet despite all our efforts, a large percentage of the population declined the offer of a vaccine.
The pandemic known as the Spanish flu spread across the world in the early 20th century, reaching the Land of Israel as well; we took a look back at the news reports of the day
Chinese health officials have already been administering the HIV and flu drugs to fight the coronavirus. The use of the three together in a cocktail seemed to improve the treatment.