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COVID-19 pandemic vs Ebola

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When reports of a new virus circulating in China’s Hubei province first began to emerge, I was cautious about overreacting. I’ve reported on health long enough to know that just because a pathogen is new doesn’t necessarily mean there’s a crisis.

Of course, I quickly realized this isn’t just any virus. We’re currently battling a global pandemic unlike any we’ve seen in over a century. COVID-19 was Seen in Wuhan and Ebola Seen in Africa. Covid-19 Recent in 2020 and Ebola Recent in 2014 and 2018 (Among the Kivu Ebola epidemic).


in the 21st century, Virus Pandemic Started in 2002. It was Called SARS, Between 2002 to 2004. in 2012 A New Pandemic, Called MERS was Spread Abough the Middle east countries. in 2013 to 2013, a New Virus Called Western African Ebola virus epidemic Through Spread to Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Nigeria, Mali, Senegal, UK, USA, Italy, and Spain. Most Recent Pandemic is COVID-19 Pandemic in 2019 and 2020, Among China (Including Malaysia and Indonesia). Kivu Ebola epidemic was Spread through to Democratic Republic of the Congo and Uganda

Reaction to WHO[edit]

Ongoing COVID-19 research is indexed and searchable in the NIH COVID-19 Portfolio. Some newspaper agencies removed their online paywalls for some or all of their coronavirus-related articles and posts,[667] while scientific publishers made scientific papers related to the outbreak available with open access. Some scientists chose to share their results quickly on preprint servers such as bioRxiv. The pandemic has resulted in misinformation and conspiracy theories about the scale of the pandemic and the origin, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of the disease. False information, including intentional disinformation, has been spread through social media, text messaging, and mass media. It has also been reportedly spread by covert operations backed by states to generate panic and sow distrust in other countries. Journalists have been arrested for allegedly spreading fake news about the pandemic. It has also been propagated by celebrities, politicians, and other prominent public figures.

Commercial scams have claimed to offer at-home tests, supposed preventives, and "miracle" cures. Several religious groups have claimed their faith will protect them from the virus. Some people have claimed the virus is a bioweapon accidentally or purposefully leaked from a laboratory, a population control scheme, the result of a spy operation, or the side effect of 5G upgrades to cellular networks.

The World Health Organization has declared an "infodemic" of incorrect information about the virus, which poses risks to global health.

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