Things turning worse and lockdown easing will hurt

Confirmed cases continue to rise, and Active cases now growing at 5.5% - so doubling every 13 days. Not good. It has picked up speed in last 2 days (from 4.7%). Hotspot management (containment + contact tracing + testing) needs to be much better more  

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Everyone knows now that Only extended Lockdown and strict social distancing can flatten the curve. Unfortunately it seems people and governments are unable to continue with the Jaan Hai to Jahaan Hai - very humane and humanitarian philosophy of our PM. In this battle of Economy vs Health/ Life we are tragically and knowingly sacrificing the latter. more  
I fully support Mr Anil Chandok views.
Many of places public gatherings not controlled, what will be ultimate ? Vegetables markets, free distribution points, Masjids, and so on..........
I have one strong feeling and request concerns to look in with thorough investigations >>>>>>
Where ever all CORONA warriors and welcomed and garlanded with flowers ......are such people free from COVID 19 ? What are the possibilities of Virus carrier right from flower fields, are the safe? Because now Drs and Police Staff more reported COVID 19 positive.
There should be more medical research to find out complications COVID 19 patients experience rather than on lungs and breathing problem.
Now possibilities expressed by medical experts that due to blood clotting also patients not recovering and death cases may rise as cardiac arrest.
LOCKDOWN must be seriously followed at every level, and peoples who are attacking on CORONA Warriors must be arrested for legal action with the help of para military. more  
It was expected and one of the reasons is testing of cases has gone up. Earlier we could test barely in thousands and now it has gone in lakhs. The lock down can't be for indefinite period as this will have severe effect on economy. Some states are not following the restrictions imposed in letter and spirit. I feel migratory labours were another reason for increase in the number of cases. They should have been adequately looked after by the host states considering them as own country men. States like West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Maharashtra have failed to follow the restrictions grossly. more  
will keep increasing as more cases are discovered. Now, migrants are returning, so expect many cases to be discovered. Soon NRIs will start returning, bringing fresh cases.

Social distancing, mask, shield (in public places, transport), hand washing, sanitization are the only means to stop the spread. more  
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