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“I don’t really see us eradicating [SARS-COV-2].” (Anthony Fauci)

“Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation.” (Alexandre de Juniac, the International Air Transport Association’s Director General and CEO)

Inspired by recent events, COVID-19 The Pandemic helps answer many questions about the outbreak that has affected our everyday lives. Drawing from his years of experience as a physician and a researcher, Dr. Bhagat investigates cutting-edge research and hundreds of scientific papers to compile the best, evidence-based information about the pandemic.

  • Discover how the pandemic originated, leading to the largest global quarantine known to mankind.
  • Why this pandemic is far from over
  • When can we realistically expect a widely available, effective, and safe vaccine?
  • How COVID-19 battered the economy and how your job could be at risk
  • Why some leaders failed while others succeeded in their handling of the outbreak
  • How we can prevent future pandemics from occurring
  • How will COVID-19 related changes impact you in the near future

If you want to want to discover how COVID-19 has affected millions of people worldwide and how it will impact you in the near future, then this audiobook is for you.

©2020 Abhishek Bhagat (P)2020 Abhishek Bhagat

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  • 02-19-21


I found it very insightful. It helpt me to gain more perspective. There are many lessons to be learnt - let's hope the governments take notes.