Are countries preparing for a responsible lockdown exit strategy?
Maybe, or truly, in barely some weeks, leaders across the world should start making decisions about lifting lockdown policies, with considerable social, economic and political consequences. We aim to propose a strategy for what could even be arguably the foremost challenging health challenge that governments globally have faced since the beginning of this century: a responsible lockdown exit strategy. Several Asian countries are successfully combating their COVID-19 pandemics through a mix of assorted measures like large-scale testing, isolation and quarantine, in parallel with moderate countries like Asian countries or much stronger China social-distancing measures. They have also relied on a rapid upscaling of testing capacity and up hailed by mobilization of thousands of physicians recruited to perform measures.
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