About the book
November 2019 marked a change in human lives that will not be forgotten within a short period of time. We went to sleep in one world and woke up in another very if not totally different one. The appearance and recognition of the first cases of the respiratory disease that was later designated COVID-19 coined the beginning of a worldwide pandemic that changed human behavior and claimed over 1.3 million people in the 21st century. Though much debate has encased most aspects of this disease, facts are starting to unfold with the availability of data from clinical trials. The second wave, though maybe spreading faster with higher numbers of cases, is showing a lower mortality rate than the first wave, which means that we have learned how to better manage cases. We definitely still need to learn much more and what was considered a fact a few months ago might be rendered obsolete shortly.