WHO Supports lockdown extension in India, suggested ‘Three L’ formula

The corona virus has wreaked havoc on the whole world and has killed more than one lakh people so far. Lockdown continues across the world to prevent the spread of the virus infection. In India too, the 21-day lockdown is ending on April 14, after which it is almost certain to increase for two more weeks. Many states have also implemented lockdown till April 30 but its official announcement is yet to be made by the central government for the whole country.

In such a situation, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said about the lockdown in India that India is moving forward against the second lockdown against the corona virus. According to the WHO, in the second phase of lockdown, not only the transmission of the disease needs to be kept in mind, but also the livelihood of the people will have to be ensured so that they get less injury.

In such a situation, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said about the lockdown in India that India is moving forward against the second lockdown against the corona virus. According to the WHO, in the second phase of lockdown, not only the transmission of the disease needs to be kept in mind, but also the livelihood of the people will have to be ensured so that they get less injury.

India Today and Aaj Tak news director Rahul Kanwal spoke to WHO’s special envoy on the corona virus, David Nabarro. India Today wanted to know from them what is the opinion of World Health Organization on lockdown in India and how the country should move forward in it.

WHO Special Envoy David Nabarro said, “We support the action taken by the people of India. We do not have detailed data but we understand that the corona outbreak can be prevented through lockdown.” He said, “All concerned civil society, people’s organizations, local and national governments are happy with the efforts to protect the livelihoods of the people affected by the crisis, especially to prevent the food crisis.”

WHO Special Envoy David Nabarro said, “We support the action taken by the people of India. We do not have detailed data but we understand that the corona outbreak can be prevented through lockdown.”¬†He said, “All concerned civil society, people’s organizations, local and national governments are happy with the efforts to protect the livelihoods of the people affected by the crisis, especially to prevent the food crisis.”

Asked how India should proceed to the next phase of lockdown, Nabarro said that there is a need to focus more on lockdown 2.0 and compile data.

He told, “The three Ls need to be kept in mind. They are life, livelihood and living. That is, they have advised the government to focus on life, livelihood and the way of living. Nabro said that we have a future I will also need to face the virus until we are able to eradicate it.

He told, “The three Ls need to be kept in mind. They are life, livelihood and living. That is, they have advised the government to focus on life, livelihood and the way of living. Nabro said that we have a future I will also need to face the virus until we are able to eradicate it.

Explain that Lockdown 2.0 is one in which key risk locations are identified. Nabarro said that there is a need to make this lockdown more sharp and focused on it.

Significantly, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a conversation with the Chief Ministers on Saturday. After this, it is hoped that after April 14, the lockdown can be extended to the national level for two weeks.

There have been indications that some relaxation may be given to promote economic activities while continuing the lockdown. According to sources, it also includes a proposal to reduce restrictions in areas unaffected by the virus.

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