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China’s tight restrictions on daily life have ended what is believed to be the first wave

A recent study concluded that closings due to the “Covid-19” epidemic must not end before a vaccine is found for the virus.

The study, conducted by the University of Hong Kong, believes that countries that want to end the closure and allow the free movement of people and their return to work again, should closely monitor any new infections and adjust their controls and restrictions until a vaccine is found for the new Corona virus.

According to the study, published in the medical journal “The Lancet”, the severe Chinese restrictions on daily life ended what is believed to be the first wave of the outbreak of the new Corona virus; however, it warned that the risk of a second wave of outbreak of the virus remains real and exists.

According to “Sky News”, he said at the University of Hong Kong, Joseph Tuo Wu, who supervised the study: “While these control measures seem to have reduced the number of infections to very low levels, without the herd immunity against the virus, it is easy to show cases With the resumption of companies and the operations of factories and schools gradually and increasing social mixing, especially in view of the increased risks from cases imported from abroad with the continued spread of Covid-19 globally.

China has succeeded in reducing the proliferative number, i.e. the number of people on average who will become infected from one person with Covid-19, from two or three people to less than one, as the epidemic shrinks effectively, according to the British newspaper, The Guardian.

However, researchers warn that if normal life is allowed to resume very quickly and restrictions and restrictions are lifted, the reproductive number will rise again, and they demand that governments closely monitor what happens after these restrictions are lifted.

“Even in the most prosperous and well-resourced metropolitan cities like Beijing and Shanghai, health care resources are limited, services will face a sudden increase in demand, and our findings highlight the importance of ensuring that local health care systems It has enough staff and resources to reduce Covid-19 related deaths.

The study also warns that letting the rate of infection rise again “may cause significantly higher health and economic losses”; even if strict measures are taken to reduce the number of cases.

Researchers conclude that, most likely, the optimal strategy is that stricter restrictions and controls should be maintained until effective vaccine becomes widely available.

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A recent study concluded that closings due to the “Covid-19” epidemic must not end before a vaccine is found for the virus.

The study, conducted by the University of Hong Kong, believes that countries that want to end the closure and allow the free movement of people and their return to work again, should closely monitor any new infections and adjust their controls and restrictions until a vaccine is found for the new Corona virus.

According to the study, published in the medical journal “The Lancet”, the severe Chinese restrictions on daily life ended what is believed to be the first wave of the outbreak of the new Corona virus; however, it warned that the risk of a second wave of outbreak of the virus remains real and exists.

According to “Sky News”, he said at the University of Hong Kong, Joseph Tuo Wu, who supervised the study: “While these control measures seem to have reduced the number of infections to very low levels, without the herd immunity against the virus, it is easy to show cases With the resumption of companies and the operations of factories and schools gradually and increasing social mixing, especially in view of the increased risks from cases imported from abroad with the continued spread of Covid-19 globally.

China has succeeded in reducing the proliferative number, i.e. the number of people on average who will become infected from one person with Covid-19, from two or three people to less than one, as the epidemic shrinks effectively, according to the British newspaper, The Guardian.

However, researchers warn that if normal life is allowed to resume very quickly and restrictions and restrictions are lifted, the reproductive number will rise again, and they demand that governments closely monitor what happens after these restrictions are lifted.

“Even in the most prosperous and well-resourced metropolitan cities like Beijing and Shanghai, health care resources are limited, services will face a sudden increase in demand, and our findings highlight the importance of ensuring that local health care systems It has enough staff and resources to reduce Covid-19 related deaths.

The study also warns that letting the rate of infection rise again “may cause significantly higher health and economic losses”; even if strict measures are taken to reduce the number of cases.

Researchers conclude that, most likely, the optimal strategy is that stricter restrictions and controls should be maintained until effective vaccine becomes widely available.

09 April 2020 – 16 Shaaban 1441

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China’s tight restrictions on daily life have ended what is believed to be the first wave

A recent study concluded that closings due to the “Covid-19” epidemic must not end before a vaccine is found for the virus.

The study, conducted by the University of Hong Kong, believes that countries that want to end the closure and allow the free movement of people and their return to work again, should closely monitor any new infections and adjust their controls and restrictions until a vaccine is found for the new Corona virus.

According to the study, published in the medical journal “The Lancet”, the severe Chinese restrictions on daily life ended what is believed to be the first wave of the outbreak of the new Corona virus; however, it warned that the risk of a second wave of outbreak of the virus remains real and exists.

According to “Sky News”, he said at the University of Hong Kong, Joseph Tuo Wu, who supervised the study: “While these control measures seem to have reduced the number of infections to very low levels, without the herd immunity against the virus, it is easy to show cases With the resumption of companies and the operations of factories and schools gradually and increasing social mixing, especially in view of the increased risks from cases imported from abroad with the continued spread of Covid-19 globally.

China has succeeded in reducing the proliferative number, i.e. the number of people on average who will become infected from one person with Covid-19, from two or three people to less than one, as the epidemic shrinks effectively, according to the British newspaper, The Guardian.

However, researchers warn that if normal life is allowed to resume very quickly and restrictions and restrictions are lifted, the reproductive number will rise again, and they demand that governments closely monitor what happens after these restrictions are lifted.

“Even in the most prosperous and well-resourced big cities like Beijing and Shanghai, health care resources are limited, services will face a sudden increase in demand, and our findings highlight the importance of ensuring that local health care systems It has enough staff and resources to reduce Covid-19 related deaths.

The study also warns that letting the rate of infection rise again “may cause significantly higher health and economic losses”; even if strict measures are taken to reduce the number of cases.

Researchers conclude that, most likely, the optimal strategy is that stricter restrictions and controls should be maintained until effective vaccine becomes widely available.





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