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Contributor: Parul Srivastava
Coming to the common question these days that whether one should blame the People’s Republic of China for the widespread of the dreadful disease, coronavirus in the other countries. From getting first identified in the Chinese city of Wuhan to reaching more than 130 countries and territories the virus has killed almost 5,100 people and more than 70,700 have recovered. From building a makeshift emergency hospital to treat patients infected with the coronavirus in just 10 days to circulating ‘Cure is Compulsion‘ to the nurses and the doctors, well ‘Dulce et Decorum Est’
But when it comes to safety, it is the responsibility of the nation to save the other areas from getting infected who have given birth to the SARS-CoV-2.
The mainland should have been restricted their natives from traveling the other countries as the Coronavirus is a communicable disease i. e., it transmissible (as from person to person) by direct contact with an affected individual or the individual’s discharges or by indirect means (as by a vector) and the Chinese are the main suspects of the disease. The virus has been originated from mammals and birds like bats and snakes and transmits from person to person.
However, various countries are spreading awareness and trying their level best to get rid of this fatal disease and the World Health Organisation declared the Novel Coronavirus as ‘Pandemic’ but it is also very necessary to keep the main land’s people away from the other nations as if it left unnoticeable it could become more contagious for the world’s health.
About the Author: Parul is a student of Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication (4th Semester) in the Centre of Media Studies at the Allahabad University. She writes articles on different topics such as current issues and many other matters also.