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Director-General of the WHO remarks favorably on a first China, then South Korea approach

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- by New Deal democratTedious Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the Director-General of the World Health Organization, tweeted the following about the way that Suppression/lockdown regimes must work to be successful: In summary, to be effective, a relatively short period of total lockdown needs to be used to ramp up testing, tracing, and quarantining. Once that is accomplished, and re-transmission of the virus is brought down to lower levels, then a South Korea-style regimen that allows the general lockdown to end can be implemented.

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Tedious Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the Director-General of the World Health Organization, tweeted the following about the way that Suppression/lockdown regimes must work to be successful:


Director-General of the WHO remarks favorably on a first China, then South Korea approach

In summary, to be effective, a relatively short period of total lockdown needs to be used to ramp up testing, tracing, and quarantining. Once that is accomplished, and re-transmission of the virus is brought down to lower levels, then a South Korea-style regimen that allows the general lockdown to end can be implemented.

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