It’s annoying to think about what will truly happen if the lockdown is put into force once again. The human face would look like dark and bright red, as its flesh may turn rosy red. Women’s lips would remain blanketed with a colourless hue curving up into a deviant smile. Everyone would try to subdue one’s nerves and gather plenty to answer the harsh question asked on the probability of starting the lockdown, which will practically be trembling us.
Britishers have been permitted to mingle in three households to celebrate Christmas, while people in our country are finding uneasiness in wearing a face mask — that is going to be scanned through the flying drone. As they are terrified with the previous days’ lockdown, they do not want it again given several troubles.
It is not wrong to say that the Covid-19 vaccine is yet not available. The cure is supposed to come in the middle of next year. So precautions are the only way to escape the dread of the disease. Even as we proceed to battle the Covid-19 caseload, the next big challenge that the pandemic poses is vaccination. It is daunting too.
“There is planning to bestow some 500 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine by August 2021, thereby giving immunisation dose to about a quarter of its population in the first 6 months of the year. The goal is impressive and the challenges are enormous,” says Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, founder of a leading Indian Biotech company.