India may face a lockdown again and that too will be stricter than before. This is to say the securities research firm NOMURA. According to a report by NOMURA, India is among the 15 countries where the relaxation of the lockdown will see an increase in new cases of Corona.
The corona wave in these 15 countries is expected to return again. It has formed the basis for the movement of people and increase in the number of cases of Covid-19. It is known that most commercial and religious activities have been exempted from June 8 in the country under unlock.
The report said that 17 countries are on the right track in terms of opening up the economy with no signs of a second wave returning here. There are mild signs in 13 countries, while 15 countries including India are at a very high risk of recurrence of infection.
According to the study, removing lockdown will create two types of situations. The first is described as good. After the relaxation of lockdown, the movement of people will increase and commercial services will start, although there will be a slight increase in new cases every day. The second situation will be worse than the first.
There does not appear to be any change in the corona curve. Opening the economy in this will increase cases of infected daily. Fear will spread among the public and people’s activities will be affected. Here lockdown can be reapplied.
This analysis comes at a time when most countries are relaxing the rules of the ban so that people can return to work. In this analysis, 45 countries are divided into three categories. The World Health Organization has appealed to countries to work to stop the spread of the virus.