We look at how long the impact of impact of coronavirus Covid-19 will last

To answer the question, what year will the impact of coronavirus Covid-19 end, let’s take a few moments to set the scene as it is right now…

Nowcasting global poverty is not an easy task

World Bank: COVID-19 is taking its toll on the world, causing deaths, illnesses and economic despair. But how is the deadly virus impacting global poverty? We argue that it is pushing about 40-60 million people into extreme poverty, with our best estimate being 49 million. Nowcasting global poverty is not an easy task. It requires assumptions about how to forecast growth and how such growth will impact the poor, along with other complications such as how to calculate poverty for countries with outdated data or without data altogether. All of this goes to say that estimating how much global poverty will increase because of COVID-19 is challenging and comes with a lot of uncertainty. Though Sub-Saharan Africa so far has been hit relatively less by the virus from a health perspective, our projections suggest that it will be the region hit hardest in terms of increased extreme poverty. 23 million of the people pushed into poverty are projected to be in Sub-Saharan Africa and 16 million in South Asia… Any clear answers provided as to when, or more specifically, what year will the impact of coronavirus Covid-19 will end? No.

We will continue to find out more about the coronavirus

McKinsey: COVID-19 continues to spread rapidly around the world. Almost every country has reported cases, but the burden is asymmetrically distributed. In the past seven days (April 6–12), 46 percent of new confirmed cases have been reported in Europe and 39 percent in the United States. To an extent, that’s because countries are at different stages of the pandemic. Some that were effective at initial containment, such as Singapore and Hong Kong, have seen resurgence and are implementing additional measures to address it. Others, such as many countries in Western Europe, have seen the number of new cases plateau or begin to decline and are debating the right approach to reopening their economies. Some countries appear to be at the peak of infection and are urgently building surge capacity in their health systems. In other parts of the world, the number of cases is rising rapidly. Countries such as Russia and Turkey are seeing a recent acceleration. India too has experienced a significant increase in the number of cases since the beginning of April and has evolved its response strategy, including extending the nationwide lockdown. The months ahead will probably be quite volatile and dynamic. It now appears likely that some places will experience a local resurgence as restrictions are lifted and economies reopen. That will influence countries at the earliest stages. For example, Singapore has seen a resurgence mainly from imported cases, which have led to local transmission; this suggests that restrictions on international travel may continue. As China gradually reopens, the tactics it used (including group-based isolation models and setting a norm of wearing masks in the workplace) and their efficacy will inform approaches around the world. Western Europe’s experience in relaxing restrictions, and the most successful approaches there, will inform the approaches deployed in the United States. Considering the variety of approaches in use, public understanding and consensus will evolve day by day. We will continue to find out more about the coronavirus – how it is mutating, the duration of immunity, its transmission dynamics, and so on. For example, it now appears that the virus probably won’t be highly seasonal, given the recent rapid growth in a number of hot spots in the Southern Hemisphere. But it is still possible that the arrival of summer in the Northern Hemisphere will slow transmission somewhat, as some studies in both labs and natural contexts suggest… Any clear answers provided as to when, or more specifically, what year will the impact of coronavirus Covid-19 will end? No.

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Studies have not yet addressed the economic impact on individual African countries

Tralac: Declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) on 11 March 2020, COVID-19 has become a global emergency, given its impact on the entire world population and the economy. According to scenario simulations of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), global growth could fall by 0.5 for the year 2020. Several other sources are also predicting a fall in global growth due to the direct effects of the COVID-19 outbreak. The global economy may enter a recession at least in the first half of the year 2020, when adding the direct and indirect effects of the crisis (e.g. supply and demand shocks, commodity slump, fall in tourism arrivals, etc.). However, as the pandemic progresses slowly on the African continent, studies by international organizations have less addressed the economic impact on individual African countries. Indeed, Africa is not immunized from COVID-19. As of 3 April, according to COVID-19 Surveillance Update: 3 April 2020 9:00 am of Africa CDC, the spread of the virus has reached 50 African Union Member States: 7,028 cases, 561 recoveries and 284 deaths; and is showing no signs of slowing down.[1] Africa, because of its openness to international trade and migration, is not immune to the harmful effects of COVID-19, which are of two kinds: endogenous and exogenous… The exogenous effects come from direct trade links between affected partner continents such as Asia, Europe and the United States; tourism; the decline in remittances from African Diaspora; Foreign Direct Investment and Official Development Assistance; illicit financing flows and domestic financial market tightening, etc… The endogenous effects occur as a result of the rapid spread of the virus in many African countries. On one hand, they are linked to morbidity and mortality. On the other hand, they lead to a disruption of economic activities. This may cause, a decrease in domestic demand in tax revenue due to the loss of oil and commodity prices coupled with an increase in public expenditure to safeguard human health and support economic activities… Any clear answers provided as to when, or more specifically, what year will the impact of coronavirus Covid-19 will end? No.

What year will the impact of coronavirus Covid-19 end?

The answer is reasonably simple to calculate. In the Universe, things work in cycles of 9. This principle is applied in numerology. At 365 Pin Code Numerology we love looking at numbers and interrogating them research wise, because they always reveal exactly how things were, are and will be. Numbers tell all, especially if you understand how to interpret them…

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In 2026 the global impact of Covid-19 will start to wane dramatically

2020 = 2+0+2+0 = 4; therefore 2020 is a Number 4 Universal Year. So, 2020 is the 4th year of the current larger 9yr universal cycle which we are part of. This means that 2021 [2021 = 2+0+2+1 = 5] will be the fifth year of the cycle, 2022 the sixth, 2023 the seventh, 2024 the eighth and 2025 the ninth. From this we can gather than 2025 will be the final year of this current universal cycle of 9. This makes 2026 [2026 = 2+0+2+6 = 10 = 1+0 = 1] a Number 1 Universal Year which heralds the beginning of the new universal cycle of 9. From this we can deduce that the full impact of coronavirus or Covid-19 will last through to and including 2025 and in 2026 it will start to wane dramatically.

Pause and Think about this for a Moment

World War 1: Ended 1918 [1918 = 1+9+1+8 = 19 = 1+9 = 10 = 1+0 = 1]; so, 1918 was a Number 1 Universal year; the beginning of the new universal cycle of 9… World War 2: Ended 1945 [1945 = 1+9+1+8 = 19 = 1+9 = 10 = 1+0 = 1]; so, 1945 was a Number 1 Universal Year; the beginning of the new universal cycle of 9… 2026 = 2+0+2+6 = 10 = 1+0 = 1; so, 2026 will be a Number 1 Universal Year; the beginning of the new universal cycle of 9… So, there you have it. What year will the impact of coronavirus Covid-19 end? Though for many this will not be good news, the answer is, in 2026. Given this, all the talk about local and global economies being “RESET” and not merely “paused” is absolutely 100% correct. Only by 2026 will the enormity of the global economic and international socio-economic reset, created by Covid-19, become stable. Until then expect much turmoil, uncertainty, and upheaval. Coping with dramatic change will simply become part of the life, especially next year, 2021, a Number 5 Universal Year, which is always linked with matters around personal freedom, change, adaptability, flexibility and the 5-senses driven, Human Experience.

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Keep a watchful eye on Gold

To this end, we stick by the bold speculations we made at the end of 2019 (365 Pin Code 2020 Predictions) and believe that gold will surge massively over the next while, and to this end, we simply love the potential within Harmony gold shares. Why? Because Harmony [H8;A1;R9;M4;O6;N5;Y7] totals 40 which reduces down to the number 4 which synchronises perfectly, and positively, with the Number 4 of 2020. Because Gold [G7;O6;L3;D4] totals 20 which again synchronises with the numerical pattern within 2020 [2×20’s]. Plus, Harmony’s COO, Peter Steenkamp has what appears to be a fabulous set of 365 Pin Code numbers (numerology sequence 23//5) in play for 2020 and 2021, which is always a sure-fire indicator that something is up…

If you found this fascinating, then you’ll fall in love with all the incredible numbers-based research case studies (e.g. Steve Jobs’ pancreatic cancer, Kylie Jenner’s pregnancy; Softbank and WeWork’s Adam Neumann; Einstein’s miracle year; the astonishing timing synchronicities between Tom Cruise’s Tom Gun and Top Gun Maverick etc.) which we’ve worked on and published since January 2018.

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