How its Spreading ? A Case Study on COVID 19 Spread in Mizoram

COVID-19 is a highly contagious virus identified on 31st December 2019 in city of Wuhan, China. Slowly then it grasped the entire world in sheet of deaths and serious health ailments.

How does COVID-19 spread between people?

The disease is caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which spreads between people in several different ways. The virus spreads from an infected person’s mouth or nose in small liquid particles when they cough, sneeze, speak, sing or breathe.

Now, a case study of COVID-19 in Mizoram (Aizawl) says 85% of cases are due to interaction between friends and neighbours.

Covid 19 protocol were made for the people’s safety and security but still despite restrictions,people often visit places in lock down which leads to rise in cases.

Nowadays, due to Corona virus people have seen all type of circumstances which can appear in anyone’s life. Responsible people are getting more involved in taking action and initiatives for betterment of society but some irresponsible people aren’t understanding the situation and making the worse of it.

The best example is seen in one of the state in India, according to COVID-19 case study Mizoram (capital Aizawl) have the rise of cases. The reason of it is very much irresponsible, that is being socialistic.

There are many guidelines issued by the government under the COVID-19 protocol. If only people had understood the importance of guidelines the COVID-19 cases would not have increased that much. By misusing the loopholes we have seen that people of same neighborhood often visit themselves again and again. Despite the lockdown being extended till two months the people are still having the same gestures. We have also seen people who had obeyed the guidelines have not been infected by covid.

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Research Study Report : 

” According to state nodal officer of integrated disease surveillance programme Dr. Pachuau lalmalsowma between April 1 to June 7 reported case where 9520. Within this case we found that 8195 case where seen due to the local interaction, in the neighborhood, and the rest cases where about people who where out of state for some reasons. After going through all this details we can say people have not maintained the COVID-19 protocol.

At last we can say 85% is a very big percentage which got infected by COVID-19 due to social interaction “

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