Lockdown in the country: Why there is a big danger, Corona in India

Posted on 25th Mar 2020 12:09 pm by rohit kumar

Corona virus cases have reached 519 in India. Experts are calling Corona a major threat to India. However, PM Modi has announced a lockdown for 21 days in the country from Tuesday midnight.

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In view of the rising case of Corona virus in India, PM Narendra Modi has announced a lockdown for 21 days across the country from midnight tomorrow. The PM cited social distancing as essential for fighting this dangerous disease. In a densely populated country like India, this disease can cause havoc. However, some countries like Japan, South Korea and Singapore have found great success in preventing the virus from spreading. But the speed at which India is spreading this virus, it is at high risk.

Let us understand how some countries are trying to deal with this deadly virus. To understand the corona epidemic, divide it into two phases. The first 100 cases in the first phase and then after the first 100 cases divide each case into the second phase. Studies of this data reveal which countries succeeded in preventing the spread of corona.

Japan stopped Corona

Until the first 100 cases of corona in Japan, the number of victims was increasing at an average of 13% daily here. After 100 cases, the number of daily victims declined to 8.1%. Not only Japan, but South Korea and Singapore have also succeeded to a great extent in stopping Corona cases.

Corona is a big danger for India

The situation is not correct in the case of Corona case in 23 countries including India. These countries saw a rapid increase in the number of corona patients after the first 100 cases. According to the report, these countries have either not taken steps to stop the corona or they are failing.

How terrible is the corona infection, PM Modi told

PM Modi in his address to the nation on Tuesday described the corona epidemic as extremely dangerous. He had said, 'First it took 67 days to get one lakh people infected and then it took only 11 days to reach two lakh people. It is even more frightening that it took only four days to reach the disease from two lakh infected people to three lakh people. In the first 40 days in India, between one and 50 cases of corona virus were reported. Then in four days the number of infected patients in the country increased from 50 to 100. The number of Corona cases increased from 100 to 150 in the next four days. Since then, the number of corona patients started increasing rapidly. There are 519 Corona patients in the country right now and 10 people have died.

Cases decrease in Italy

If you compare Italy with America, Spain and France, Italy has succeeded in stopping the spread of the virus to some extent after the first 100 cases. But due to the widespread outbreak of this epidemic, it has not yet achieved the expected success.

Singapore, South Korea have some success

In China, Singapore, South Korea and Japan the number of cases has decreased since the first 100 cases. Compared to Western Europe, America and India, these countries have succeeded in preventing the spread of corona.

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