Media reported that although the death toll from the new outbreak of pneumonia in the United States continues to rise, but in enterprises and U.S. cities and states to implement the new Crown virus blockade gradually lifted, other security measures are gradually relaxed. In fact, as of Thursday, more than 2 million cases of new coronavirus infection sat infection sat in the United States had been confirmed, according to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University.
Now, everyone is trying to figure out how to reopen safely and fundamentally learn how to “live with” the virus. In addition, retrospective analysis of these confinements has begun to be carried out in an attempt to determine whether they are worth while they are worth it and to what extent they have accomplished their tasks.
For example, governors in some U.S. states argue that even if cases of the new crown virus continue to rise, they have no political will to impose a severe, near-absolute shutdown of communities across the country. At the same time, researchers at the University of Berkeley have concluded by analyzing the reactions of China, France, Italy, Iran, South Korea and the United States to the new coronavirus — a level of prevention measures for the spread of COVID-19 transmission in government health policies. In the United States alone, the blockade of the new coronavirus averted 60 million new cases, the researchers said. At the same time, however, quantifying the value of the embargo is actually a little difficult.
It is reported that after the blockade measures, many office buildings and other facilities have been emptied. According to one health expert, this makes Legionella disease rampant – ironically, the disease has symptoms similar to that of neo-crown pneumonia. For example, both diseases are accompanied by symptoms such as fever, dry cough and shortness of breath.
Anne Clayson, associate professor of occupational health and occupational health at the University of Manchester, points out that while Legionella disease does not spread from person to person, it can erupt through water droplets in contaminated air – its source includes showerheads, faucets, cooling towers, air conditioning systems, heated swimming pools, hot tubs, etc. – in large communities. This was the cause of the accidental outbreak caused by the blockade. Other than that
That’s why the blockade led to the unexpected outbreak: Medical Daily also explains that Pneumoconiosis usually lives in warm conditions, feeding on piped sludge and sediment. So when people are inactive in buildings for long periods of time, this provides excellent environmental conditions for bacterial reproduction.
In response, Clayson suggests that public officials and private-sector executives should conduct a comprehensive assessment of water systems from offices to schools and factories to reduce the risk of a new outbreak.