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Post-Covid-19 World - Will the future of Humanity be a utopia or a dystopia RajaRao Pagidipalli
These are the fearful times. As human civilizations flourished, so did infectious diseases. In ancient times, people believed that spirits and gods inflicted diseases on those who deserved their wrath. However, humanity’s understanding of the causes of disease improved. People living in overcrowded environments with close proximity to one another and to animals, with poor sanitation and nutrition, provided fertile breeding grounds for diseases. In the history of mankind, the Plague of Justinian arrived in Constantinople in 541 AD and killed half of the world’s population at that time. The Black Death claimed an astonishing 200 million lives in 1347. The Great Plague of London was one of the worst of the outbreaks, killing 100,000 people in 1665. Spanish flue is believed to have killed 14 to 17 million people in India and claimed between 50 and 100 million lives worldwide. The majority of people in a pandemic somehow survive when the plague ended, and those who survive have resistance.

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Post-Covid-19 World - Will the future of Humanity be a utopia or a dystopia RajaRao Pagidipalli