Mother's Day is a celebration honoring the mother of the family, as well as motherhood, mother ties and the impact of mothers on society. It is celebrated in many parts of the world, mostly in March or May, on various days. It completes similar celebrations honoring family members such as Father's Day, Siblings Day and Grandparents Day.
The Modern Mother's Day began in the United States at the beginning of the 20th century with the initiative of Anna Jarvis. This is not (directly) many traditional celebrations of mothers and motherhood that have existed in the world for thousands of years, such as Greek cult, related Cybele, Rhea Grandmother of the Gods, Roman festival Hilaria or Christian Mothers Sunday celebrations (originally not motherhood, the Main Church memorial service). However, in some countries Mother's Day is still synonymous with these ancient traditions.
The modern version of Mother's Day derived from the USA has been criticized for being very commercialized. Founder Jarvis himself regretted this commercialization and expressed his views that this was never his intention.
Producing drugs or vaccines should be investigated and carried out with very large restrictions and close follow-up. It is not easy to follow these prosodides and make a new discovery. In addition, the produced drug or vaccine should not affect future human generations and should not cause human genetic damage. Therefore, every step should be carefully planned and implemented. It can take quite a long time to produce a fully efficient medicine or vaccine.
If they find the vaccine in June after the Covid epidemic, those who say I will throw a fink in Miami in July can look at the dates of vaccination below.
Rabies - 4 years, 1881-1885
Rubella - 7 years, 1962-1969
Pertussis - 8 years, 1906-1914
Measles - 9 years, 1954-1963
Flu - 14 years, 1931-1945
Japonencephalitis - 20 years, 1934-1954
Polio - 20 years, 1935-1955
Tuberculosis - 21 years, 1900-1921
Mumps - 22 years, 1945-1967
Human papilloma virus - 23 years, 1983-2006
Hepatitis A - 24 years, 1967-1991
Rotavirus - 26 years, 1980-2006
Smallpox - 26 years, 1770-1796
Yellow fever - 27 years, 1912-1939
Cholera - 30 years, 1854-1884
Chickenpox disease - 34 years, 1954-1988
Hepatitis B - 38 years, 1943-1981
Tick-borne encephalitis - 39 years, 1937-1976
Diphtheria - 40 years, 1883-1923
Tetanos - 40 years, 1884-1924
Hemophilus influenza - 44 years, 1933-1977
Typhoid - 58 years, 1838-1896
Pneumococcus - 66 years, 1911-1977
Meningitis - 68 years, 1906-1974
These have not been vaccinated yet
Ebola - 1976
Aids - 1981
Sars - 2 003
Mers - 2013
Covid-19 - 2019