(Sandhya Jha Intern Journalist)
Many countries of the world have started removing restrictions imposed due to corona. The World Health Organization (WHO) has asked such countries to be more vigilant. “We now see some hope,” said Dr. Mike Ryan, head of the WHO’s emergency program. Many countries of the world are removing lockdowns, but more caution is needed.

Dr. Mike Ryan, head of WHO's Emergency Program
Dr. Mike Ryan, head of WHO’s Emergency Program

“If the disease exists in low levels and does not have the ability to identify its clusters, there is always a risk of the virus spreading again.” It can be dangerous for countries that are removing restrictions despite not having the ability to prevent large-scale infections. “

Better surveillance is important in preventing the virus from spreading again.

Ryan said that I hope Germany and South Korea will be able to identify new clusters. In both these countries, the infection has spread again after removing the lockdown. Ryan praised the monitoring arrangements of these two countries. Said that better surveillance is necessary to prevent the virus from spreading again. Let us put forward the example of countries which are opening their eyes and are willing to remove the restrictions. At the same time, there are some countries which are trying to avoid this disease with their eyes closed.

Removal of sanctions difficult and difficult: Gabriess

WHO director Dr. Tedross Gabriess said that removal of sanctions is difficult and difficult. If it is removed slowly and continuously, then it will be able to save lives and jobs. Countries like Germany, South Korea and China, which are witnessing the second wave of infection, have all the systems to deal with it. Until the vaccine is available, adopting preventive measures is an effective weapon to combat the virus.

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