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The world is slowing realizing that to stop this deadly virus, we will have to radically change how we do... Everything. Almost every activity in our lives, be it working, exercising, soci...
A vaccine is at least eighteen months away, provided it works, and there is a hunt for quicker solutions.
Even having large capacity hospitals to treat more people at the same time is not wor...
Sporting events, cinemas, art galleries, concerts and any other commercial activity that involves a large gathering will take a beating in the long run. There are other issues at stake: Airline act...
Essential goods and services will be adapted to suit this new reality of a ‘Shut-in’ Economy: Gyms selling home equipment or virtual coaching; schools providing e-learning to kids.
Sophisticated software will be more widely used to track people using cellphone location data, using intelligence services for facilitating contact-tracing, as is being done in Isreal and Singapore...
The workforce, especially the poor and weak will bear the true cost of the lockdown and pandemic. Even the gig workers, from Uber drivers to freelance service people will find it difficult to survi...
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Staying home during the pandemic helps prevent health systems from being overloaded.
Overloading hospitals can likely be averted with protective measures like closing schools, canceling mass gatherings, working from home, self-quarantine, self-isolation, avoiding crowds. All these keep the virus from spreading fast.
Life around the world is changing dramatically as we practise social distancing, staying away from our friends and avoiding going to our favourite places, or even being unable to work. We already l...
Top experts say the virus is going to be circulating for a year or two and can keep infecting people, causing outbreaks until there is a vaccine or treatment to stop it. If we drop the unpleasant and strict measures, the virus outbreak can know no boundaries or limits of infections. It won’t simply go away in two weeks.
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If people have to go outside, they should keep at least a 2m (6.5ft) distance from others.
People with flu-like symptoms such as a dry cough and high temperature should self-isolate at home ...
The new virus spreads when an infected person coughs small droplets into the air. These can be breathed in, or you can become infected when you touch a surface they have landed on, and then touch your face with unwashed hands.
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