We are probably going through one of, if not the most, critical and challenging phases of the past four decades. I have no memory of going through such a situation where we are being “asked” to stay at home for an indefinite period of time. An hour feels like a day, a day feels like a week and so on. This measure has been taken to ensure the following objective is met: prevention and safeguarding of our “machines”.
There are isolated regions everywhere, to avoid this situation becoming a global pandemic.
I have noticed that some have been quick to point the finger and make accusations over what is happening and where it came from. What if, instead of focusing on the problem, we focus on the solution? It may be easier for us to solve the doubts were having ,or it may not be. We’ll at least be taking the focus off what’s irrelevant to us at the moment, guilt.
Valuable statistical data has been provided by the responsible organizations, which allows us to draw up a set of conclusions; number of cases, symptoms, age group, sex, region, type of evolu-tion, recovery rate, etc. This is information col-lected from various parts of the country and the world, which converge to a single database. Without this centralization of information, the management of this harsh reality would become practically impossible.