Scientists believe it's possible to eradicate Covid-19

According to researchers, it may be possible to reduce the number of Covid-19 cases worldwide to zero if challenges like ensuring high vaccine coverage and tackling viral variants quickly enough can be met. — Filepic

The global eradication of Covid-19 is probably feasible, and more so than it is for polio, although considerably less so than it was for smallpox.

This was indicated by a comparative score of technical, sociopolitical and economic factors for all three infections published in the online journal BMJ Global Health.

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