Experts fear a second phase of infection in the lock-down re-opened

Experts fear a second phase of infection in the lock-down re-opened

News Desk (Channel TT): Governments in several countries are easing lockdowns as coronavirus infections and deaths continue to decline. However, health experts are apprehensive. They have warned the government about the second phase of the infection.

China has overcome the stalemate after a long few weeks. Tourist cities were full of tourists. Saloon and shopper malls have opened in some parts of the United States. Family members who were away have reunited two months later due to restrictions on social distance in Italy. After sitting at home for 6 weeks, the Spaniards went out to exercise.

Churches, museums and some schools in Germany have opened their doors. After months of lockdowns, lives have returned to the Nigerian cities of Abuja and Lagos. The horns of cars and minibuses on the streets seem to have brought relief back to public life.

Corona has not yet been eliminated. However, experts are wondering how beneficial it is to withdraw the lockdown in a balanced way with the virus to overcome the economic stagnation. According to them, the heads of government of the country are gambling which can have dire consequences. Health experts warn that coronary heart disease infection and death in the second phase will be more severe than the first.

Professor of Emerging Tuberculosis at the School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in London. "We are in a state of flux," said Anneliese Wilder-Smith. Governments are trying to strike a balance between the virus and the negative effects of social lockdowns, including economic instability and social depression. It's a huge experience. "

Researchers at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom have claimed in a publication that many countries have not fully complied with the World Health Organization's requirements for safe lockdown relaxation.

Josh Mishaud, associate director of global health policy at the Kaiser Family Foundation in Washington, D.C.
source: daily mirror online