Health experts are bracing for the second wave of COVID19. The loosening of restriction measures and as society grows tired of social distancing, experts fear that this will lead to an outbreak of the second, and possibly the third wave of COVID19.
According to Dr Mike Ryan of the World Health Organization, “This virus may just become another endemic virus in our communities, this virus may never go away.”
Other research has concluded the virus will go away once the majority of the world’s population become immune to the coronavirus. Meaning, it may take a very long time OR there may never be a vaccine for such a virus.
Which is safe to conclude that there is a very high chance of the 2nd wave of coronavirus.
VIEW Plastic Surgery has never shut its doors, even in the midst of the COVID19 outbreak. We continue to monitor symptoms from our staff to our patients and everyone entering our building. Not only do we prioritize safety in the art of surgery but the safety of everyone’s wellbeing.
Celebrities such as figure staking queen Kim Yuna, actor Ji Chang Wook and even Korean President Moon Jae In chimed and took to social media, posting a photo of their thumbs up hands resting on top of their stretched out palms – this means ‘respect’ and ‘pride’ in Korean sign language.
Our doctors have taken up the “thanks to you challenge.” Unique to Korea, it was a way to appreciate the efforts of the medical staff at the forefront of this COVID19 epidemic.
Biotech and pharmaceutical companies all over the world are finding a vaccine. Oxford-Astrazeneca has teamed up and has the capacity to produce 2billion doses of the vaccine by September. Currently, there are many ongoing experiments to find the vaccine. It is almost becoming a competition as to which company and country will discover the much-needed vaccine. Korean pharmaceutical companies, Genexine and Binex have teamed up in hopes of creating a vaccine, wanting to be the heroes of tomorrow.
As of now, countries all over the world are starting to ease social distancing, some earlier than others. Asia has already eased social distancing policies and now as many have it, commute life in Asia is back to normal.
The nation and government had a frightful awakening to the second wave, as reports of new cases soared from an Itaewon club.
Without a vaccine in place, every country will at one point, maybe not exactly, will go through something similar to Korea.
So, what does post-coronavirus life have in store for us?
Conscious social distancing – Although the government will be placing minimal restrictions (laws will vary according to the government), it is crucial that individuals consciously stop attending big crowd gatherings.
Usage of masks – it is important to continue using masks, especially out in public. The more clustered and crowded a place is the higher risk of contracting the virus. Since the virus is transmitted through respiratory droplets, having a mask protecting this is crucial for your health.
Coronavirus washing hands – the safety of your household lies within your hands! Always wash hands when you arrive home. Virus particles may be living on your hands, this virus activates proteins in our bodies which makes it easier for invasion.
Temperature monitoring – one should measure their temperature as frequently as possible. This will help early diagnosis and prevent further spread of the virus to others. Additionally, the early stages of diagnosis, it will be easier to treat the virus.
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