World leaders gathered on Thursday at the virtual global summit Covid-19 to discuss the next steps of the pandemic that killed him. about 15 million people To this day, it has disrupted the lives of everyone around the world. The event coincided with the United States officially records 1 million deaths from CovidEmphasizing the number of victims of the virus, the need for continued action to reduce future health risks.
The summit led to: a $ 3.2 billion in additional funding Focuses on global availability of vaccines, with additional funding commitments to support equitable access to testing and treatment, as well as preparedness for future epidemics. But what’s not significant was the lack of financial resources, resources and strategies to reduce the impact of the current epidemic.
If we misrepresent revelations, we can invest a lot of money doing things that do not help, or we can take unnecessarily aggressive steps that have negative social repercussions.
Of course, universal access to vaccines և treatment can be provided so that we can reduce the worst outcome of the infection. But if we do not invest in reducing the incidence of infections, we will have many more cases to deal with հավանական the likelihood of new options being avoided from our available vaccines և treatments. And if we misrepresent disclosure, we can invest a lot of money doing things that do not help, or we can take unnecessarily aggressive steps that have negative social repercussions.
This conversation should start with the fact that SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes Covid-19) is in the air. How was it? discussed elsewhereGroups like the World Health Organization were slowly realizing this Covid-19 is mainly transmitted through smaller aerosols rather than large droplets or contaminated surfaces (fomites). While this may seem like a small difference, it has profound implications for how you reduce the impact. If the drops and fumes transfer, you will be well protected with a surgical mask, and a distance of six feet will be protective. You would also conclude that: wiping down surfaces are a key intervention; միջոց measures such as partitions in schools or workplaces are reasonable ideas. However, in the case of aerosols, small particles that are suspended in the air, these strategies do not work. Aerosols can stay indoors for long periods of time, hiding around gaps in masks, and plexiglass partitions can actually make matters worse by closing aerosols. That’s why it’s not surprising Masks reduced Covid in schools, but desk shields actually increased the risk.
Even with the knowledge of how we respond if we are not going to eliminate Covid-19 from the planet, some may ask why we should worry about spending global resources on mitigation strategies. There seems to be a fatal mindset, especially with increasingly contagious versions, that mitigation strategies are pointless, as we will all eventually get the virus. But this is the wrong way to think about things!
In the case of infectious diseases, if we reduce the transmission, fewer people will be infected from this case, the waves will end faster, many lives will be saved. He: online calculator reinforces how it can work. With a standard set of assumptions, if you put 20 people in a poorly ventilated, uncluttered և mask room, the counter says seven of them will be infected within an hour. If you improve ventilation (outside air supply increases) recommended six ventilations per hour), only three are infected. If you add masks that have a 50% particle reduction efficiency to this scenario (N95s are more effective), only one will be infected. And if you add a good HEPA filter on top, no one will be infected. The exact numbers will vary according to the options և parameters, but the idea is simple. If one case quickly reaches seven, everything can quickly get worse. If no one is infected, we can control things faster.
The virus does not care if we are tired of dealing with it.
Even if you, as an individual, accept the cost of impact reduction, it is beneficial for the global Covid-19 Summit to focus on the financial commitments of focusing on this topic. For a start, this could lead to talk of current global supply chains such as respirators (such as N95 masks) or HEPA filters. Ideally, this could be combined with financial, production and distribution commitments to ensure adequate supplies worldwide with increasing capacity as needed. World leaders can also highlight best practices and mechanisms for sharing these ideas. For example, the United States does not have a federally regulated standard for child masks և the approach used South Korea can be used as a sample for testing and validating masks for children. Not all roadside mitigation strategies are used around the world or work in low resources, but wherever people spend time indoors, something can be done to reduce the impact.
While the rationale for investing in mitigation is clear, there are some political obstacles. Many may see this as either a call to mask everywhere, or a barrier to disclosure, none of which is politically pleasing or desirable. But if the reduction of influence is spoken of in the right way, it can help reduce hostile rhetoric.
An open discussion of effective (ineffective) mitigation strategies reinforces that public health protection is not the same as blockchain. More broadly, we need to recognize the reality that: show poll data that most of the American public continues to wear masks, at least for some time in public. We need to focus on energy, how to get people masks as effective as possible, and allow them to be used in more targeted, strategic ways. In addition, a more comprehensive discussion of impact reduction will include ventilation և filtering, which will reduce the need for masks as the only line of defense in some settings, and raise the potential for healthier buildings.
We are clearly at a point of internal և global epidemic associated with the epidemic, as exemplified by that: Lack of committed funding in the US for further vaccination և treatment. But the virus does not care if we are tired of dealing with it. The second Covid-19 global summit took a step in the right direction, re-engaging world leaders and reaffirming their commitment to controlling the epidemic. But we can make a huge leap by embracing the public health mindset, investing in smart, effective infection reduction strategies, and reducing the workload while we work on vaccinating the world.
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