WHO release 6 criteria for countries to do before they overcome lock down


World health organisation WHO has released criteria for countries around the world for them to be able to over come this lock down and reduce the tension of Coronavirus.

The question of when to ease shutdowns is a hot topic, as economic output is stalled in many countries — including the U.S., now the epicenter of the global pandemic.

Guidance from the WHO following its briefing on Monday 13 April says that countries easing restrictions must meet the following points:

Full list of WHO criteria:
1. Transmission is controlled 


Health system capacities are in place to detect, test, isolate and treat every case and trace every contact


Outbreak risks are minimised in special settings like health facilities and nursing homes



Preventive measures are in place in workplaces, schools and other places where it’s essential for people to go



Importation risks can be managed



Communities are fully educated, engaged and empowered to adjust to the ‘new norm

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