Corona Virus is rapidly spreading its havoc around the world and many countries are adopting different methods to prevent infection.
Corona virus is rapidly spreading its havoc around the world and many countries are adopting different methods to prevent infection. In most countries, states and cities are controlling the infection of the corona by lockdown, but World Health Organization (WHO) director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has warned the countries to lockdown on Wednesday. They reported that the lockdowns being implemented by many countries to combat corona viruses (COVID-19) would not be sufficient to eradicate the virus from the world.
In a daily update, Ghebreyesus said, “Many countries have adopted a ‘lockdown’ measure to slow the spread of coronavirus infection.” But according to them, this measure will not end the epidemic. We call upon all countries to use this time to attack Corona Virus. So far, you have created a second window of opportunity (adopted another approach).
He said, “Telling people to stay at home and stop their movement will gain time, which will reduce the pressure on the health system … but in itself it will not end the epidemic.”
Ghebreyesus said, “We want to say to all the countries that have adopted the so-called lockdown method, they use this time to attack this virus. You have created a second window of opportunity, the question is that you How will you use it? “
The head of the WHO said, “Searching, isolating, testing and treating people being kept in isolation is the best and quickest way, but other than this, big steps have to be taken at the social and economic level.
Significantly, this virus has spread in more than 180 countries and so far has killed more than 20 thousand people. In China and Italy alone, the death toll has crossed 10,000. Four and a half million people are infected by it. There are situations like emergency in countries around the world. Many countries have taken the path of lockdown to prevent this and more than three billion people are forced to remain in lockdown.