14 September 2020 11 4K Report

Millions in the world looking to any hopes that helps to open awindow to mankind to restart life again.

Some describe any rise as a second wave, but it is often a bumpy first wave. This is happening in some US states.

In order to say one wave has ended, the virus would have been brought under control and cases fallen substantially.

For a second wave to start you would need a sustained rise in infections. New Zealand, which has its first cases after 24 days without coronavirus, and Beijing, which is facing an outbreak after 50 virus-free days, are not in this position.

so how can we deal with the second wave?

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