COVID-19, Developing Countries Inefficient Lockdown Policies Vs Door To Door Vaccination Campaign, What Should Be The Future Move?

Anila Basit, Ittehad Ul Mulk, Abid Ullah, Muhmmand Bilal

Authors

  • Associate Professor, Department of Pulmonology, MTI-LRH Peshawar.
  • House Officer, MTI-LRH Peshawar
  • Physiotherapist, MTI-LRH Peshawar.
  • PHD scholars Department of Pharmacy University of Peshawar

Keywords:

COVID-19, Developing Countries , Lockdown Policies , Door To Door, Vaccination Campaign, Future Move

Abstract

Since the start, COVID-19 has had a wave pattern, fluctuating from surge to nearly touching the base on the graph. Managing a pandemic, that is highly contagious and viral in nature; SOPs and vaccination, were means of coping with such pandemic. But as vaccines had yet to be discovered when COVID-19 started, the only way to stop it was to impose a lockdown nationwide and practice strict SOPs to control virus spread. Since day one, the developing countries are finding it hard to make its subjects compliant with the lockdown protocols as declared by their governments

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Published

13-08-2022

How to Cite

Anila Basit, Ittehad Ul Mulk, Abid Ullah, & Muhmmand Bilal. (2022). COVID-19, Developing Countries Inefficient Lockdown Policies Vs Door To Door Vaccination Campaign, What Should Be The Future Move? Anila Basit, Ittehad Ul Mulk, Abid Ullah, Muhmmand Bilal . Pakistan Journal of Advances in Medicine and Medical Research, 2(02), pp 21–24. Retrieved from https://www.pjammr.com/index.php/pjammr/article/view/15