Novel coronavirus pneumonia has been reported in nearly 800 thousand people worldwide, according to
‘s latest statistics. And according to Bill Gates, Microsoft’s co-founder, “the worst is yet to come”, and the death toll will eventually increase by millions. < p > < p > Gates said recently that health care systems and economies in emerging market countries have been in a state of struggle, and the pain caused by the new coronavirus epidemic will be most obvious in these countries. However, the United States is facing its own unique set of problems, and politics and conspiracy theories have led to what Gates called a disappointing response. According to gates, supporters of US President Donald Trump have made a political statement in the name of “freedom”, thus complicating the US response to the epidemic. For example, refusing to wear masks is a way for these people to express their anger and resistance. < / P > < p > so if Joe Biden wins the presidential election, will that change? In Gates’ view, don’t count on it. < / P > < p > “I don’t think the change of government will make people wear masks.” Gates said. “Building trust networks and improving behavior is mostly incremental, and it’s hard to see how we can do that.” < p > < p > but more than that, gates pointed out that the United States was not prepared from the beginning, because once the virus began to spread, slow detection would have an adverse effect. The good news is that Gates predicts that the pandemic will end by the end of 2021, when there should be a fairly effective vaccine mass production. Of all the candidate vaccines, AstraZeneca is the fastest growing vaccine, he said.