Scientist warns, number of infected in France not enough to prevent second wave
Scientist warns, number of people infected in France not enough to prevent second wave, According to the study released on Monday, the strict lockdown measures introduced in France on March 17 have had a “massive impact” on the spread of the pandemic, resulting in an 84% reduction in transmission with the virus’s reproductive number dropping from 3.3 to 0.5. By the time the lockdown is expected to be lifted, less than 6 percent of the French population would have been infected with COVID-19, scientists at the Institute Pasteur have found, warning that the number is too small to “stop a second outbreak” if all preventive measures are simultaneously taken there won’t be more cases.
President Emmanuel Macron announced last week that lockdown measures would be lifted gradually from May 11 but has remained real on the details. Large gatherings including festivals and public places including theatres and cinemas will, however, remain closed until at least mid-July, Macron said.
The government has promised to release a more comprehensive plan by the end of the month to Scientist warns number of infected, outlining which sectors of the economy will be allowed to open on the day.
They further give details on that “Productive control estimates should be kept up past 11 May.”
France has been seriously hit by the pandemic, recording in excess of 20,000 passings — the world’s fourth-most noteworthy national count, as indicated by the Johns Hopkins University.
Worldwide health specialists, including the World Health Organization (WHO), have focused on that a vaccine is probably not going to be prepared for testing for at any rate a year and that much stays obscure about the infection, including to what extent individuals are not susceptible to it after of recovering from it.
Some Asian nations, including South Korea, have confirmed that few patients recovering from COVID-19 have tested positive again.
The World Health Organization has advised nations across the globe to maintain restriction measures for any period of time that is conceivable, concentrating on the reality that the most appropriate solution to handling the pandemic is to “check, check, test” individuals and actively obey the contacts of those who tested positive.
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