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Not 21 but 49 days lockdown required in India for corona virus: Covid-19 Research.

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Corona virus infection started from Wuhan city of China is increasing in the country and worldwide. Governments and health agencies of many countries including India are making every effort to deal with it and a lockdown has been declared in many countries. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also has a lockdown in India till 15 April.

Not 21 but 49 days lockdown required in India to deal with corona virus ResearchNot 21 but 49 days lockdown required in India to deal with corona virus

On the one hand, among the corona virus infection, scientists are engaged in preparing its medicine kit and its medicine and vaccine, while on the other hand, researchers from all over the world are engaged in research, from its symptoms to ways to prevent it. Meanwhile, researchers at the University of Cambridge have called for a 49-day lockdown to deal with Corona.
Researchers of Indian origin at Cambridge University have presented a research paper with mathematical models, stating that a full 49-day nationwide lockdown in India is necessary to deal with the Corona crisis.

As an alternative, there has been talk of frequent lockdowns with periodic relaxation in two months. Researchers have called it necessary to prevent Corona from re-emerging in India.
It is being described as the first model on the assessment of the impact of social distancing on the corona virus in the country. It also includes the age and social relations structure of the Indian population. This research study assesses social distancing measures such as non-attendance in the workplace, school and college closures, duration of lockdown and their effects.
The researcher has used an WHO age-structured SIR model with contact matrices derived from surveys and information Imputations to study the increased infection of the corona. According to the researchers, since the vaccine is not yet ready for vaccination, social distancing is the only effective way to prevent the corona virus.
In the research paper, the researchers say that the structure of social contact in India severely affects the spread of infection. These structures can be controlled only through large-scale social distancing and this will prove to be the most effective way to control or eradicate the corona virus. It is known that more than 31 thousand people have died due to corona virus worldwide.


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