Lockdown Exit Plans Are Failing Throughout The Countries: Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the Chief Ministers on Monday for the fifth time through video conferencing.
The meeting was held to address the challenges of getting out of lockdown.
After the ongoing lockdown in India since March 25, many states have many questions in front of them.
These include the issue of the return of the workers, the problem of restoring the closed industries back on track, and the question of financial help of the states.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday, the Health Ministry also said that efforts to control the spread of COVID-19 would also have to be focused so that the community can reach the stage of transmission.
Currently, the situation is that corona cases are increasing in India, but the need for concessions is also felt in the lockdown.
But according to PTI, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in the meeting that our biggest challenge would be to ensure that COVID-19does not spread in rural areas despite the concessions.
Lockdown Exit Plans Are Failing Throughout The Countries: What India can learn from the best in the world
Lockdown Exit Plans Are Failing Throughout The Countries: Some concessions have also started getting as the train service is starting from Tuesday.
Even before this, people were allowed to return to work in limited numbers.
Indians hope that they can get more relaxation in the coming time.
Not only India but all the countries of the world, which had locked themselves here to avoid the outbreak of COVID-19, are now relaxing or preparing to rest.
Some of these countries are such that cases have started increasing again after the lockdown was relaxed.
Health experts believe that by learning from these countries, countries like India can prevent their conditions from worsening.
Lockdown Exit Plans Are Failing Throughout The Countries: If we talk about the neighboring country of Pakistan, then after easing the lockdown, there have been more than 10,000 new cases.
Mosques were open in Pakistan during the lockdown. According to local media, the Balochistan government permitted to open domestic markets, shopping malls, mainly clothes shops from Monday despite all warnings from doctors and experts.
Related to this, many other things have been relaxed in other provinces.
Although Sindh province has ordered that traders can open shops only four days in a week, the rest of the market will be closed.
South Korea then started to ease its own sanctions. But after this relaxation, new cases that have come up suddenly have increased the concern of South Korea.
There have been new cases of infection in which infected people went to bars or clubs in the capital, Sol.
Of the 18 new cases surfaced there on Saturday, 17 lines are connected to a 29-year-old man who had gone out in the area of Seoul on the previous weekend.
Currently, the Mayor of Seoul has closed all the bars and clubs in the city until further orders.
Mayor said, "Negligence can spread the infection quickly."
South Korea has issued a warning regarding the second wave of Coronavirus because of the rapid rise in new cases of infection.
There was also news from Germany on Sunday that the infection rate has increased a few days after the concession in lockdown.
As soon as the process of releasing the restrictions imposed to prevent the Coronavirus started in Germany, the number of new cases of infection started increasing.
According to official data, the reproduction rate, that is, the rate of infection of an infected person to other people has increased by more than one estimate.
A few days ago, all shops were opened in Germany. Children are also returning to school, and Germany's top football league will even start next weekend.
Thousands of people demonstrated in Germany on Saturday, demanding that the restrictions should be lifted quickly.
However, after the relaxation of the lockdown, the concern of the people also increased when the cases increased.
There, concern was raised that the situation may once again go out of control.
But the new official figures were released on Monday. They again saw a decrease in the rate of extension.
However, experts believe that there may be a delay in reporting cases behind it.
Because of the official data of Germany, there has been a difference between the time of the weekend.
So they assume that Germany has been reduced again the rate of infection, must wait for the moment a few days for it.
In China, cases have increased in double digits for the second consecutive day on Monday. Seventeen new cases were reported on Monday.
Five new cases were reported in Wuhan, and now the outbreak is being raised in North China.
Chinese authorities have also issued a warning regarding the second wave of the Coronavirus in North-East China.
Here a city in Jilin province is placed in the high-risk category. The first case of infection was reported from Wuhan city in China on Sunday after more than a month.
According to local media, the condition of the 89-year-old patient is critical, and the symptoms of this disease were not seen before.
At the same time, the lockdown has been implemented in the city of Shulan, China, after new cases of Coronavirus infection increased in the countries that are starting to relax in lockdown
Apart from India, many countries of the world are moving towards giving concessions in lockdown.
These include all countries like Sri Lanka and Europe.
Sri Lankan government has eased the lockdown from Monday. There have been confirmed corona infections in over 800 people so far.
Government Area is all that can be made public and start working with limited staff in private offices.
After March 15 in Spain, the number of people who died due to COVID-19 on this Sunday is the lowest.
The lockdown order has been strictly enforced in Spain, and now half of the country's population is ready for relaxation in restrictions.
However, people living in cities like Madrid and Barcelona will not get the benefit.
In addition to Madrid and Barcelona in the other parts of the country, people will be able to find time to open spaces and restaurants.
In New South Wales, Australia, the administration has permitted to open restaurants, playgrounds, and outdoor pools on Friday.
There has been a decrease in cases of corona infection after extensive testing.
In Australia's two big states - New South Wales and Queensland, children have started going to school since Monday.
From the end of this week, people across the country will also be able to start meeting their friends and family.
But after getting relaxed in the lockdown on Monday, people went out to shop in large numbers.
But the rules of physical distancing were not followed in the shopping center. Due to which concerns have increased.
Most countries in Europe are easing into lockdown with the hope that this will not trigger a second wave of infection.
Partially primary schools will be opened in France and the Netherlands.
After several weeks in France, people started returning to work from Monday.
At the end of this week, shopping centers in Denmark and hotels in Poland can be opened.
In New Zealand, further relaxations have been announced. There are only 90 active cases left in New Zealand, which is seen as a victory over Corona there.
So Thursday restaurants went to the shops and permission to open the cinema. However, the bars will remain closed till May 21.
Industries are stated in the UK that those who work can do from home; they can go out to work.
A new "COVID-19 Secure" guideline has to be followed in the workplace.
For the first time in England, people have been asked to cover the face in closed places - such as public transport or shops.
Restrictions will be reduced in three phases. But the government says that because of the situation of the virus, changes can be made in phase times.
It has also been said that restrictions can be imposed again if infection increases.
At the same time, some countries do not currently understand the right time to end the lockdown, such as Scotland's First Minister Nicola has said that the people of Scotland should stay at home as much as possible.
He said that it is too early to remove the restrictions. Asked if employees would be allowed to travel between Scotland and England, he said, "My advice is if you are in Scotland then stay in Scotland, people should not travel unnecessarily."
Life after lockdown
Many countries are beginning to relax restrictions imposed by the Coronavirus.
In such a situation, mental health experts say that people are nervous about life after lockdown.
Dr. Steven Taylor, Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia, Canada, states that "it is very stressful for people."
He says that "people can feel that nervousness about because you were feeling secure lockdown.