Need to implement social distance measures in the US by 2022

Need to implement social distance measures in the US by 2022
According to a study by researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health, the US may need to implement the social distance adopted by 2022 during a coronovirus outbreak. According to the data, more than 2,200 people have died due to coronavirus in the US only on Tuesday. . The total number of deaths from coronaviruses in the US has exceeded 28,300 on Tuesday. Despite this, there is a debate about measures to reopen the economy in the US. Researchers at Harvard said in a findings published in the Science Journal on Tuesday, "Unless the ability to treat coronavirus or any drugs or vaccines increases significantly, measures of social distance may be needed by 2022." Citing the example of South Korea and Singapore, the researchers wrote that effective measures of social distance can reduce pressure on the health system.

This makes it possible to search for infected people and implement quarantine. The study acknowledged that long-term social distance measures would likely lead to negative economic, social, and educational outcomes. The study noted that Kovid-19 should be monitored even in the event of "apparent eradication" of coronaviruses, as infectious disease may reappear by the end of 2024. The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that coronavirus infection has not yet reached its peak in the world. Globally, approximately two million people are infected with coronovirus and more than 124,000 people have died from the most severe epidemic in a century. Coronavirus emerged in China in December last year and now the epicenter has shifted to the US. Where the highest number of deaths have been recorded so far.