←back to Blog

Coronavirus: When will the outbreak end and life get back to normal?

In this post we will write on a timeline estimations about the CoronaVirus end date and when life back to normal. We highlight facts found in publishing sites and articles from medical magazines.

Date:April 12, 2020

Source: BBC

Article name: Coronavirus: When will the outbreak end and life get back to normal?


According to this article:

There are essentially three ways out of this mess.

  • vaccination
  • enough people develop immunity through infection
  • or permanently change our behaviour/society

Also found in this article: “Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he believes the UK can “turn the tide” against the outbreak within the next 12 weeks and the country can “send coronavirus packing”. But even if the number of cases starts to fall in the next three months, then we will still be far from the end. It can take a long time for the tide to go out – possibly years.”

Also in the article it was written: “The best guess is a vaccine could still be 12 to 18-months away if everything goes smoothly. That is a long time to wait when facing unprecedented social restrictions during peacetime.”

Having read the above article:

An optimistic date will be July 2020 – 90 days

A pessimistic date will be September 2012: 12-18 months

A “summer” date will be during this summer (Europe/USA summer). August 2020. 120 Days.

Date:April 13, 2020

Source: euronews.com

Article name: Coronavirus restrictions: When does it end and could there be a second wave?

Link to article: https://www.euronews.com/2020/03/26/coronavirus-restrictions-when-does-it-end-and-could-there-be-a-second-wave

Skip to content