London: Nations can not simply lock their societies down to conquer coronavirus, the World Health Organization’s top crisis specialist said on Sunday, including that public health measures are essential to prevent a resurgence of the virus in the future.
“What we actually ought to concentrate on is finding people that are sick, people with the virus, and also isolate them find their contacts and isolate them,” Mike Ryan said in an interview on the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show.
“The threat at this time with all the lockdowns… when we do not set in place the strong public health steps today, when those motion constraints and lockdowns are increased, the threat is that the disorder will jump back up.”
A lot of the USA and Europe introduced restrictions to resist with the coronavirus and have adopted China and other nations.
The World Health Organization has declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic.
Mike Ryan explained that the illustrations of Singapore China and South Korea, that combined restrictions with measures to check every potential defendant, given a version has replaced Asia since the epicentre of the pandemic.
“After we have suppressed the transmission, then we must take care of the virus. We must take the battle to the virus,” Mike Ryan stated.