India’s adventurous lockdown for the elimination of the corona virus has been praised by the World Health Organization (WHO), but has also warned that the corona virus may reappear after the lockdown ends without additional necessary measures.
While answering questions from in Geneva, President of the World Health Organization Trados praised India for the fact that Corona in India is in its infancy, but a big decision was taken to lockdownin thecountry. He said that India has the capacity and it is very important and good to see that India is taking initial measures, it will help to suppress and control it before it becomes serious.
On the decision to lockdown in India at the beginning, World Health Organization President Trados said that “We really appreciate what is happening in India right now. It is very important that before its outbreak, we have to end it, let’s do it, while there are only 606 cases in India
When asked if the virus is at risk of spreading to India in Phase II and Phase III, even after the success of the 3-week-long lockdown, World Health Organization executive director Michelle J. Ryan warned that without implementing the necessary protections, it becomes difficult for the country to get out of it. If it comes back again it will be a big challenge. We have very few opportunities.
Dr. Ryan stressed on expanding the capabilities of the country and said that India is doing all those things, but many other options must be worked out to avoid the next phase.Ryan says that India has incredible capabilities, but some other things should be done. You should have a system to find such a case, you have to do tests. Also you have to increase your ability to treat and isolate. Quarantine should be better, if it all happens in one place, we can do better.
Representatives of the WHO task force found during their visit to India that India is a big country and there is no effective way to deal with an epidemic there. Policymakers in India need to adopt and consider several possible measures.
Referring to the old affairs of India, Dr. Ryan referred to the systemic measures of the country. He said that India has got rid of polio today. If India works again at the rural and district level. Success can be achieved if it is done systematically by keeping necessary measures of monitoring and health care.