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The novel coronavirus of 2019, COVID-19, also known as severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), has spread from its origin Wuhan, China to the rest of the world.It is important to note that while the number of new cases has reduced in China lately, they have increased exponentially in other countries including South Korea, Italy and Iran. In India, the COVID-19 trajectory appears assured to change modes. While the number of incidents grew slowly in February, they doubled in just five days in mid-March from 100 to more than 236, and now at the end of April, the cases reported are 29,435.These numbers are possibly an underestimate of the infected and dead due to limitations of surveillance and testing. . The Indian government declared a countrywide shutdown for a period of 3 weeks from 24th of March to help prevent the spread of the virus. Most of the affected people had connection with flyers from covid-19 affected countries; some of them had no such interaction, indicating that community transmission could have started in several parts of India. Thus an important collective goal is to reduce the outbreak and to flatten the peak of the outbreak curve. Cooperation is a crucial tool in the COVID-19 battle. There is a need to identify and find a way around the particular threats, the overarching cultural and social patterns in our area. This article discusses the tactics thatshould build for handling the crisis.
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