Blame the ass***hole grocery sellers and shops who keep threatening people that from tomorrow everything is gonna closed for a week or until orders from govt etc.News channels atleast in karnataka, keep highlighting and show videos of how people still crowd a store every day with no social distancing. How can our people be this dumb, despite such campaigns.
BBMP was giving free milk packets, yet people who are well off, still crowd for any freebies.
Soon people will be suffering from excessive weight gain, diabetes, anxiety and other mental problems.how often do people go out to do their grocery shopping etc?
My parents like to go out every 4-5 days for a drive - then walk. Apparently sitting at home long-term's not an option for them. It's quite annoying in one sense but..
I got to agree with the daily-wage poor starving: one thing though - we are primarily an agrarian nation! People returning to their villages strengthens farms - what we want need are more youtube study channels so poor people can study without leaving their villages! Cities can decongest and local city dwellers can participate more in local governance!Lots of shop keepers closed their shops and are planning to go back to their villages if the lock down is extended. There's no bread, butter, cheese etc. Only pav from local bakery. **** these so called experts who want extended lockdown and are bothered about saving lives of few people but killing of hundreds of poor people who will starve to death.
To be effective requires minimum 80 - 90% compliance from the public.
Well this looks very scary.How to reduce the spread of COVID-19: A University of Sydney data study reveals social distancing must be adopted by at least 80 percent of the Australian population. Read more about the data modelling here.www.sydney.edu.au
Explains the finding of the mathematical model
If compliance in India is good they will extend until we reach a point where its no longer possible
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