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Yes, I think lock down once more may have to be imposed if we have to ensure the existing healthcare infra does not collapse. Yes, millions of marginalized people, small businessmen, transport operators will be hit. Corporates and affluent sections of the population should take initiative in providing food etc to the poor. Government may do well to hand over Covid management to private reputed operators, as complaints of corruption have been there. Otherwise the more vulnerable sections of the population(mainly the poor) will be hardest hit by the pandemic. more  

The author is based in Bengaluru City. Just walk around with proper PPE,mask, and sanitizer and you will find 90% of the people do not care about the protocols.Those people must die as they don't deserve to live.If the police questions them they get physical with them and try to bring in a politician to interfere.Majority of the citizens of Bengaluru think that the Police and health workers are their enemies. During such a worse situation the politicians of all parties play "dirty politics" with the efforts of few good samaritans. more  
Lock down is not going to serve any purpose other than inconvieniencing lots of people. The era of Lock down is over. Now it is up to the people who have to learn to live with the Carona Virus and take all precautions more  
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I am based in Hubli, Karnataka State. It is a pity that none has prior exposure to handling a pandemic outbreak like this. There is no point in blaming any individual at leadership level. In my independent opinion, it is necessary to immediately arrange screening at each State Border. If each State of our Nation does this immediately, it would be possible to detect infection and treat the entrant well prior to the stage of entry to the State. Implementing such screening is indeed in the interest of the person who is unaware that he is infected,but realizes late,after entering Karnataka, and alas!!! He puts his relatives also in danger!!!!. Massive waste of time and resources could be avoided, if screening is done at the entry stage to each State Border. In my view, merely imposing lock down alone wouldn't suffice. Here is the reason: When lock down is imposed, indeed, spreading of the virus is by and large arrested within the territory which is under lock down. The local administration gets a breathing gap to track down those who are infected, and quarantine them for treatment. But what about fresh entry of infected people as soon as the lock down is released? Behold, my friend, even now it is not too late to implement such screening at entry level. It would be cumbersome to implement my suggestion, but priority goes to safety to human life and conservation of hard-earned money.

What I said above is the perspective of an Indian man. The same applies all over the world, when viewed from the standpoint of universal fraternity of mankind. Although there are numerous allegations about which particular nation originated the deadly virus, it is ultimately a question of safety to the innocent civilians of that accused nation also. What do you say,my friends?

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Covid 19 will go on and on if people do not realize that it spreads from the mouth and nose of an infected person. If all take precaution like proper wearing of mask, social distancing even with close friends and relatives, avoiding crowed places, washing of hands, etc., the virus infection will automatically start coming down.

Governments should just do a media blitzkrieg to send this message to one and all - through tv and mobile more  
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