- Did people get confused about winning over the disease?
- Experts warn, people are unable to see the danger
- Said, to change the attitude of the public, trust in the government is important but…
What reduced the cases of corona virus in India, people went out for a walk. Experts have expressed concern over a large number of people turning to markets, going to public and tourist places and not following the rules of prevention from Kovid. He says that the role of society in controlling the infection cannot be ignored and people are not able to see the danger.
People have less trust in political parties
Experts also believe that their trust in the government is important for a change in the attitude of the people, but unfortunately people have less faith in political parties in the country. He also says that giving vague information about the severity of infection and vaccination rate has also led to confusion.
Whatever will happen according to God’s will… people following this!
Images of long queues of cars and crowds of people waiting to enter mountain tourist destinations have surfaced on social media and other media, raising concern in many circles. In the pursuit of getting their lives back on track, people have given up even basic rescue measures. Senior epidemiologist Lalit Kant said that not following the rules is a mixture of people’s apathy and whatever will happen will happen according to the will of God.
Do people not understand the danger
Nimesh Desai, director of the Institute of Human Behavior and Allied Sciences, says that the reason for negligence like not wearing a mask and not following social distance is that people are not able to see the danger. He said that people change their behavior according to the way they perceive danger. Desai says that India has seen a huge trend of social irresponsibility. He said that motivating people to change behavior is difficult, not impossible.
Kant, former head of the Epidemiology and Communicable Diseases division of the Indian Council of Medical Research, said the number of cases of the pandemic will decrease or increase according to the way people follow the appropriate Covid behaviour. Desai said, “In the last two decades, developed countries have come to understand that the health of every individual depends on his lifestyle and behaviour. It is not in our society.’
Many families have taken loans…
Economist Arun Kumar said, ‘If people have more faith in governments, then they will follow its instructions. Unfortunately, trust in political parties is very low in India. He said, “It has been seen that many families have taken loans for the cost of treatment. People will keep their money with themselves. They will definitely go out but will not spend money on unnecessary things. The crowd you see in the markets, they are going out for a walk, they will not spend money.’
Kumar, a former professor of economics at Jawaharlal Nehru University, said, ‘If everyone says we have conquered this disease, people will question the need to worry about masks or social distancing. There is a lack of clarity in the government. The government’s estimate last month that India has overtaken the US in terms of vaccination numbers has given false comfort, he said.
The Union Home Ministry on Wednesday said clear violations of COVID-19 norms have been observed in many parts of the country, including hill tourist destinations, and states and Union Territories have been asked to take action against the officials responsible for enforcing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). asked to do.
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