Mumbai sees a dip by 10,000 cases this COVID19 : Maintaining Social Distancing Is The Key To Control Spread Of Coronavirus.

The guideline of social and physical distancing must be practiced to ensure and control the spread of coronavirus. The vaccines are definitely released this year but along with that, we must follow precautionary measures as well

There was a sign of relief with COVID19 vaccines rolling out this year. However, the relief was short-termed. A sudden increase in the spike of coronavirus was a matter of concern this year. The rising number of coronavirus cases reaching a record of up to 1 lakh in a day was definitely a matter of concern. The coronavirus has made people more vulnerable to infections which have led to the transmission of the disease. It is equally rapid in progress with the rolling out of vaccines. In more than a year, the COVID19 has reached every part of the world affecting millions globally. 

Vaccine development this pandemic 

Vaccine development and clinical trials commenced three months after the spread to coronavirus. Many researchers and scientists were putting their best foot forward to stop the spread of coronavirus. Understanding the coronavirus spread and how it affects the immune system was very important. It was essential to note the scientific spread and transmission of coronavirus for effective treatment and vaccines. This led to the release of effective vaccines after conducting clinical trials. In wake of the present global pandemic, there have been several rumors and misinformation about the coronavirus spread worldwide. People around the world were eager to try out many Immuno boosters which could help them fight the coronavirus outbreak. 

Guidelines must be followed to control the spread of coronavirus

Finally, after a long wait, the vaccines were released to inoculate and protect the people from the spread of coronavirus. The immunizations ensure that your immune system is capable enough to fight the spread of coronavirus. With the release of vaccines, many people were not following the guideline set by the government such as wearing the mask, social distancing, and sanitizing. These are important from a prevention point of view. The government has started imposing restrictions to curb the spread of coronavirus infection. Prior to that, there has been a record of a single-day spike of cases across Mumbai city. This has led the country ministers to take quick decisions that would help in curbing and controlling the spoke of coronavirus cases. 

The restriction imposed on night curfew across Mumbai city has seen a dip in coronavirus cases. 

The number of mortality cases has seen an increasing trend in the past few days. This has forced the government of India to get into action and impose a night curfew. The whole idea behind it was to ensure social distancing which would help in controlling the spread of coronavirus. The government issued restrictions on the 4 th April 2021. It was observed that there was a dip on Monday in the spread of coronavirus infections by 10k. This evidence suggests that physical distancing and social distancing are a must to control the spread of coronavirus. Along with the vaccines, we need to make sure that we maintain and follow the guidelines which are important. 

However, it is not clear that this a temporary dip or the graph will move up again. The situation in Maharashtra and Mumbai is definitely worrisome. Let’s take a pledge and make sure that we follow the guideline to control the spread of the coronavirus.

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