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Italy must change its virus strategy, Scientest

Rome: Renowned Italian scientist says the actions taken by his country to prevent the Corona virus do not appear to work and that the strategy must be changed to isolate the public.

According to the Dawn newspaper, Italy, where the Corona virus has the highest number of deaths in the world, has kept the nationwide lockdown for 3 weeks, but the number of cases reported in the last 3 days has been from 5,000 to 6,000 ۔

Andrea Crisanti, a professor of microbiology at the University of Padua, told Radio Capital that many of these new cases are from people who moved from their family.

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Instead of telling people with low-risk individuals to be solitary in their homes, authorities should set up centers where they are away from their homes, as was done in China, where the virus first came out in the month of December, he said.

He said: “Is there any problem, despite all these sanctions measures, cases are coming up, asking whether those who are ill at home are making other people in their family sick?” , According to me, infections are happening in homes. ‘

He took the stand that such measures should be adopted all over the country, in Veneto, where the lowest corona virus was killed in Italy.

“We have to adopt aggressive methods of identifying sick people in homes,” he said.

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The MP said, “We have to go to their homes, test their families, friends and neighbors, and take all those people who have the virus confirmed, and if they are good, they should go to them.” Must move somewhere outside of the house to stay. ‘

It should be noted that a few days ago, the president of the Civil Protection Agency, Angelo Borelli, said the rate of cases and casualties did not mean that the government’s actions were ineffective.

“Without these measures, we would have got more numbers,” he told reporters.

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