Salim Surani1*, Rahul Dadhwal2 and George Udeani3
1Adjunct Clinical Professor of Medicine, Texas A&M University, USA
2Corpus Christi Medical Center, Corpus Christi, Texas, USA
3Professor of Pharmacology, Texas A&M University, USA
*Corresponding Author: Salim Surani, Adjunct Clinical Professor of Medicine, Texas A&M University, USA.
Received: December 28, 2020; Published: December 29, 2020
Since the first case of SARS-CoV-2 diagnosed in December 2019 in Hubei Province Wuhan, China, the world has grappled with finding the prevention and therapeutics to end the pandemic . The virus has infected almost 80 million patients globally and accounted for approximately 1.8 million death globally, with the United States ad India leading the toll with 19 million and 10 million infections. (The U.S. death toll during the Spanish Flu Pandemic was 675,000; World War II was 407,000, Iraq/Afghanistan War was 6,746. For comparison, COVID-19 has taken 325,000 lives in the U.S. in less than one year).
Citation: Salim Surani., et al. “Vaccinating Saves Life, Not Vaccines in Refrigerator Shelves: Learning Lessons from Developed Countries!”.Acta Scientific Medical Sciences 5.2 (2021): 01-03.
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