Suggestion to scientists.

Despite serious instructions are being followed by the people, still, cases are increasing enormously. I think it's not only by wearing a mask or sanitising the hands very frequently or by food, or lockdown/quarantine. Something is lacking. Some scientific team should watch and track the cause behind for increasing the cases. Otherwise, the cases will increase. more  

In fact no body knows the exact problem. more  
I doubt the very first line of your post, "Despite serious instructions are being followed by the people..." We must accept that it is not the reality. more  
You are absolutely right. Majority of the people ignore all advises given by healthcare people. India needs a hard lesson. I think and hope Corona gives a fitting lesson. more  
I thought the same. Mask wearing is the oxigon problem. more  
it seems it is motive of governments to close eyes till then covis-19 is over that is why specialy in in UP they r leaving infected people after 9-10 days without wiating their second report wheather it is postive or negative.or asking people to state home because they do not have arrangements.that is why covid-19 is spreading. UP govt is focousing only on ayodhya & gorakhpur. CM gives order to officials to reduces cases. what the officials doing they are reducing the testing or giving reports late to make cm happy.they know well what they will feed cm that will be correct. so condition in specially in UP is going to be worst because lack of medical facilities & dense & poor poplulation. more  
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