COVID-19: How Long Before Life Returns To Normal? Doctors Answer Survey Questions
The number of people who have tested positive for COVID-19 in India has crossed 5.6 lakh and the first survey of 111 doctors on the crisis took place.
The number of people who have tested positive for COVID-19 in India has crossed 5.66 lakh and the country is now among the top four nations with the highest caseload. Meanwhile, India’s first doctors’ survey on the Coronavirus crisis has been conducted. A leading news portal surveyed 111 top doctors to get their sense on various questions that come in your mind about Coronavirus and life returning to normalcy. They issued no professional advice but shared their personal opinion about what could be the safe timeframe for 12 regular activities to resume.
Most of the respondents gave anywhere between three and six months for the old way of life to return, i.e., hugging friends, inviting them home, shaking hands, preparing children for school, walking outdoor without masks, and stepping into salons, houses of worship and workplace without the fear of contracting the infection. According to Dr Lakdawala, the government should now spend a greater share of the budget on improving the country’s healthcare system.
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