World: New Zealand has overcome the pandemic in a very systematic way and set an example in front of the world.
Even after a year has passed globally, the corona epidemic is not taking its name. In many countries, both the people and governments are worried about its second and, in some, its third wave.
Talking about India, for the first time in the last year, more than one lakh coronas have been infected in the country in one day. This situation is not only for India but also for other nations of the world.
Talking about New Zealand, only 2507 cases have been reported so far, and almost as many patients have been cured. Simultaneously, only 26 patients have died due to corona infection here, which is a good thing. Now the question arises that how has New Zealand succeeded in curbing this epidemic.
Even in the last year, when this epidemic took a form of havoc, New Zealand saw a tremendous decline in its cases. New Zealand was the first to seal its borders because of its danger. The rule of living in quarantine for an infected person was also implemented well in New Zealand.
Not only this, New Zealand was the first nation to open all offices and shopping malls by removing the lockdown. Even now, he has done something similar.
Seeing the risk of corona in New Zealand took the help of genome sequencing and epidemiology. Today with the use of technology, New Zealand has emerged as the laboratory of the world.
To halt the pace of Corona, the New Zealand government not only detected it’s infected but also detected those who came in contact with them. Subsequently, through genome sequencing, experts were able to gain insight into where the corona spread rapidly.
The sequential lockdown was also put in place in the transition areas. With the help and advice of experts, the government formulated a different strategy, which was overcome before its community transition could come.
There are no new infection cases have been reported in New Zealand for the last few days.
It is also necessary to tell you here that genome sequencing was also done in America and Britain, but it was not done in every case, so cases are still increasing.
If we talk about India, only in one percent of cases, genome sequencing has been reported. Genome scientiﬁcation scientist doctor Gemma Jeonghagen says that the coronavirus has about 30,000 genomes.
Whenever someone is infected by it, the nature of the virus also changes. Scientists create a family tree of viruses with the help of its variants. It also detects small mutations in the virus. This shows how the virus infection is spreading. Once the virus’s mutation is known, the vaccine changes based on it, the effect of which is seen in New Zealand.