The novel corona virus that started in the city of Wuhan in China has spread to 31 countries of the world including America, Britain, India and the Philippines. This deadly virus has not yet known how many people have become its victims. Thousands of people are getting their treatment in hospitals, the death toll is also increasing. Wuhan, the capital of central China’s Hubei province, is the hub of this deadly virus. Most of the deaths and most of the people who have come under the virus are from this area. Those who visited this province or for some reason got in touch with the local people have also been affected. It has also been observed that there are many such people among those who die, Those who were already struggling with some disease or their immunity was a little weak. The rapid spread of the virus has upset the Chinese government and officials as well as the World Health Organization. WHO officials have arrived in China to take stock of the situation, and perhaps thereafter, efforts will be intensified to combat the epidemic internationally. However, China is getting full support from organizations like the World Health Organization and the United Nations. Let us know here that in 2018, there was an informal summit between Indian Prime Minister Modi and Chinese President in Wuhan itself. After this, efforts will be intensified to combat this epidemic internationally. However, China is getting full support from organizations like the World Health Organization and the United Nations. Let us know here that in 2018, there was an informal summit between Indian Prime Minister Modi and Chinese President in Wuhan itself. After this, efforts will be intensified to combat this epidemic internationally. However, China is getting full support from organizations like the World Health Organization and the United Nations. Please tell here that in 2018, there was an informal summit between Indian Prime Minister Modi and Chinese President in Wuhan itself.
When the virus started to wreak havoc in China, I was still in India. After reading and watching the news there were many apprehensions in my mind. It felt like the situation in China was very terrible, people advised me not to go back. But when I arrived back to Beijing from the January 28 flight, I saw that the roads were empty, but the situation was not as dangerous as it was told. Living in China for almost 10 years, I can say that the Chinese government takes great care of the health of its citizens. The virus began to explode at a time when the Spring Festival (China’s New Year) was about to be celebrated in China. This festival is considered very special here, most of the people go to their city or town to celebrate the festival with family or go for a walk. In this way, large metros like Beijing, Shanghai are almost empty. But this time due to the outbreak of virus, people who went, They are stuck there. People returned by February 1 after the festival holidays ended, amid news that the virus had spread to such an extent that the central government had to take emergency steps to prevent the spread of the virus from becoming more widespread.
Earlier in the last week of January, the exclusion of some cities in Wuhan and Hubei provinces was banned, which is still continuing. Train, bus, etc. services are also closed for other affected areas, while every airport, railway station, metro station, bus stations etc. are also being taken care of. Also, all the people are wearing masks and leaving the house. The government has also directed to take action against those who roam without masks in public places. Not only this, in the cities mohalla and colonies are also being monitored. On the other hand, most of the companies across the country had holidays till 10 February. They are now starting work, although some companies are getting their employees working from home. Those who are going to the office are being screened at the gate before reaching the office. Schools and colleges are closed due to the danger. Do not interrupt studies,
Most of the cities in the cities are also not opening, the big super markets are open, the body temperature of every customer is taken before entering them. In the beginning of this epidemic, rumors of shortage of goods and price rise also spread in China markets. But almost everything needed is available here, its prices are same as before. But the scarcity of masks is being felt, for this, masks and protective clothing are being sent to China from many countries. Obviously, China has suffered heavy economic losses due to the ongoing lockout over the past several days, but the Chinese government says that its priority is to prevent the epidemic and protect civilians. Due to this, the government has imposed a massive ban. Its effect is also being seen. In large cities like Beijing, Shanghai, Kwangcho, there is very less number of infected patients. But the market of rumors is hot everywhere.
Experts are saying that China has shown more transparency and activism this time than the SARS epidemic of 2002. How serious the Chinese government is in this regard can be gauged from the fact that the Chinese Prime Minister is leading this entire mission. The President is also constantly monitoring. However, the situation in Hubei province remains worrying so far. Hubei’s local government is being blamed for the macabre form of the epidemic. Initially the government did not take this epidemic seriously. However, local doctors had expressed the possibility of an outbreak of an epidemic like SARS. The 34-year-old doctor who disclosed this danger died last day after being infected with patients. This young doctor is being highly respected in China. It’s time to question China, He is not to be discriminated against or spread rumors. It is time for Chinese citizens and the world to come together to save us from this dangerous virus. Infectious viruses or epidemics do not look at geographical boundaries.