Hundreds of thousands of people have been diagnosed in India. Why does it feel that society is operating normally? Listen to expert interpretation

According to the latest data released by the Indian Ministry of Health’s official website, the number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in India has reached about 500,000, and more than 10,000 deaths have occurred. India’s epidemic is getting worse. As a big country with a population of more than one billion people, the number of confirmed cases is increasing so quickly, which is actually very dangerous. But why do you feel that India’s society is functioning normally and there is no mess? The author believes that there are the following reasons: The government’s anti-epidemic measures The Indian government did not fight the epidemic of the “Buddhist system” as some Western countries did. As early as March, the Indian government formulated the strictest national blockade ever, and it was delayed until 6 End of the month. In order to alleviate the bed tension, India established a “train ward” with unique Indian characteristics by referring to China’s “square cabin hospital”, and transformed the currently unused train cars into temporary wards. Although with the escalation of economic pressure, people began to resume production and production, so the epidemic situation began to deteriorate, but the government’s epidemic prevention measures generally have no major problems, the Indian people do not have much opinion on the government. And outbreaks are happening in various countries around the world. The United States is still so powerful that 2.5 million people have been diagnosed, which is five times that of India. There is no riot in the United States. Influence of Religious Belief India is a very religious country, almost everyone believes in religion. Although there are many types of religions that people believe in, such as Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism, etc., almost all religions advocate karma and reincarnation. Therefore, people do not think that the outbreak of the epidemic is a government problem, and may think that it is their own bad karma. Moreover, because conflicts in India due to religious, ethnic, and other conflicts kill many people every year, the deaths caused by the epidemic have not caused much panic in India. The Sino-Indian conflict shifts the sight of Indian nationals. On the evening of June 15, the Chinese and Indian armed forces clashed in the border area, and it was the Indian military that provoked the conflict. It is not excluded that in this way, the Indian government transferred the domestic epidemic situation and the class conflicts caused by the economic recession. At present, nationalism in India is very high, and some people even begin to boycott Chinese goods. This is actually a stupid move. The new crown virus will not disappear because of the public’s distraction. Conclusion Although the epidemic in India is very serious, it has not yet reached the level of causing riots. The new crown virus is the enemy of people all over the world. What is more important now is that we should unite and overcome the difficulties together, rather than provoking and conflicting between countries. All countries should have the concept of a global community of destiny and face the biggest enemy together. And the main contradiction: the new crown epidemic. (Some of the pictures in the article are sourced from the network, and the copyright belongs to the original author. Thank you for the picture author. If you find any violation of your copyright, please contact me and I will delete it.)

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Now that the world has fallen one after another, and even small remote countries are not immune, India as a country with a large population is really hard to ignore. Because India will be very difficult to control if it breaks out, whether it is epidemic prevention or new crown treatment. Current diagnosis data: First of all, the health conditions in many parts of India are worrying, and it is easy to cause the spread of the virus. According to the 2017 World Toilet Report, more than half of Indians do not achieve “toilet freedom”, and it is not uncommon for toilets to be used anywhere. The Indian epidemiologist Ashraf said that poorly ventilated public toilets may spread aerosols. Therefore, he also pessimistically estimated: “The lack of clean water and clean toilets may lead to large outbreaks.” Then there is India’s scary population density, which is easy to cause large-scale infections. Especially in some slums, the population density is higher, and the national health awareness is relatively weak. Once someone is diagnosed, the scope of infection is not a joke, as difficult as an avalanche to stop. For example, there are at least 1.5 million people living in the Talavi slums in India, but its area is only about 2 square kilometers. There are many slums in India that are in a similar situation. There are so many people living in such a forced space. The health status can be imagined. Once the new crown is popular, the consequences can be imagined. On April 1, the largest slum in India, Talavi, reported the first confirmed case of new coronary pneumonia. The patient was a 56-year-old man who died when he was transferred to hospital that night due to aggravation of the condition. This patient has no history of overseas travel. After his diagnosis, his family members have been quarantined, and the entire building where he lives is blocked. Finally, it is difficult to protect and treat. Because of the level of production, the supply capacity of masks, gloves and disinfectants in India is very limited. Life-saving medical equipment such as ventilators and intensive care beds are seriously inadequate. Moreover, there are few public hospitals in India and limited treatment capacity, while private hospitals are expensive, and most ordinary people look down on the disease. If the new crown is popular in India, the worst is the huge number of poor people. The gap between the poor and the rich has become even more cruel when facing the virus: and once India breaks out, other countries cannot be left unaffected, let alone China, which is very close.

If the outbreak of India occurs, will refugees cross the border or sneak into China?

During the blowout of the global epidemic, India, the world’s second most populous country, has not been diagnosed with many cases. Is India’s epidemic control really good? Taking into account India’s national conditions and testing capabilities, the actual situation is actually not optimistic! Many countries predict that the development of new coronary pneumonia in the world will be wave-like. The first wave will appear in China, then in Europe and the United States, and then in India and other developing countries. Although the above are only predictions, and we really do n’t want the outbreak of India, look at India ’s population size, medical environment, economic development, and urban health. If the outbreak of India is large, it will be a disaster for human society. Neighbouring countries, will refugees cross the border and come to China? If an outbreak occurs, will Indian refugees come to China? I don’t think it’s very possible for Indian refugees to cross the border and come to China. First, the problem of distance. Although China is a neighbor to India, it is separated by the Himalayas that are difficult to cross. Tibet is also a sparsely populated and sparsely populated area. To reach a densely populated residential area in China, you have to walk thousands of kilometers. Such a difficult journey is believed to be great Most Indians will not make this choice. Second, cultural differences. India has long been a colony of European countries such as the United Kingdom. National culture and national beliefs have been influenced by Western countries. Many Indians have been influenced by Western culture from an early age. When they grew up, they traveled to the United Kingdom or the United States to become members of the upper class. In addition to their Indian language, the most mainstream language is English, so even if they choose to emigrate or smuggle, they will choose English-speaking countries instead of China. Third, the psychological gap. Because of the long-term acceptance of Western thought, most Indians feel that China and India have similar economic levels. Compared with Europe and the United States, the gap between China and India is very large. China ’s wages are far behind those of Saudi Arabia and Australia. It is very cost-effective to come to China so far. If you cannot immigrate, you might as well stay in China. Fourth, government intervention. At the beginning of the epidemic, the Indian government banned foreigners from entering the country to reduce the risk of foreign infections. The country also banned the flow and controlled the epidemic as much as possible. The Chinese government also set up checkpoints at the border to keep the border and ensure the safety of the people on the border. In short, if there is a large outbreak in India, it is unlikely that refugees will cross the border and come to China. Moreover, both China and India will do their utmost to prevent this from happening. It is hoped that under the leadership of the Indian government, the Indian people will be able to unite and overcome difficulties. Moreover, we are well aware that the economic level, education and cultural level of some parts of India are backward, and the sanitary conditions in some areas of the slums are also very worrying. Many places even believe that the virus can be removed through religious actions. As long as the Indian government is in a sincere and cooperative attitude, we also It can help India fight the epidemic and jointly defeat the new coronavirus. (Some of the pictures in the article are from the source network. The copyright belongs to the original author. Thank you for the picture author. If you find any violation of your copyright, please contact me and I will delete it.)