During the second wave of the epidemic, suspicion, Fear How to Overcome Anxiety
In the early days of August, everything was almost normal in Burma. It has endured the effects of the COVID-19 epidemic for five months, and many of the blockades have been lifted. Across the country, political parties are preparing for the upcoming general election in the coming months.
The first wave of the COVID-19 epidemic did not have a devastating effect on Myanmar. In the five months from the end of March to the beginning of August, when the outbreak began, there were only 374 cases and six deaths. In addition, since June, there have been almost no domestic infections, and most of the new cases have been found in returnees.
But after the second week of August, things changed. There is no return from abroad. The second wave of epidemics began on August 16 with the discovery of disconnected patients who had not been in contact with confirmed patients, and are currently experiencing severe repercussions. In this situation, the government has to tighten its control to control the epidemic, and with these tensions, the effects of the epidemic are causing a great deal of physical harm to the people, as well as the psychological impact of resilience.
How strong is the second wave of the COVID-19?
COVID-19 confirmed patient number 375 found in Rakhine State on 16 August was a sequelae, and subsequent sequelae became infected with sequelae or sequelae. In the five months since the first wave of COVID-19 epidemic was diagnosed, there were only 374 infections, but the number of confirmed cases since August 16, when the second wave was declared, has more than doubled.
During the first week of the second wave of epidemics, from August 16 to August 23, the number of cases was 74, which is a record number compared to the first wave. But it did not stop there, and the second wave of epidemics intensified day by day, week after week. Let me describe these situations on a weekly basis.
During the first week of the second wave of epidemics, the number of confirmed cases was 74, and from the second week of August 23 to August 30, the number of confirmed cases was 325. That number is about 50 less than the number of confirmed patients found during the first wave. In the third week from September 1 to September 6, the number of additional patients increased to 644, and from September 7 to September 13, an additional 1,513 confirmed patients were found.
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