On the 29th, WHO held a new conference on Coronavirus.
In response to the concept of group immunization, WHO health emergency project leader Michael Ryan said that relevant research is currently under way. Some research results show that even in areas where the virus spreads intensively, the proportion of people who have antibodies is still very low, meaning that the vast majority of people are still susceptible.
Therefore, the probability of disease recurrence is very high, especially when the control and blockade measures are cancelled too quickly, and there are no cases detected, improved detection and community compliance (regulations) and other measures.
Michael Ryan pointed out that if you want to return to a society without blockade measures, you need to adapt to a medium- and long-term process. Our physical and social relationships need to be regulated by the virus. We must be aware of the existence of the virus. Individuals, families, and communities must do it every day. Minimize the chance of virus transmission, which means that you may have to adjust your lifestyle.