Varadkar says ‘short, hard lockdown’ needed to reduce Kovid-19 numbers

Varadkar says 'short, hard lockdown' needed to reduce Kovid-19 numbers

Tennis leo Varadkar has acknowledged the need for a “short and hard lockdown” known as a circuit breaker to reduce the Covid-19 numbers to controllable levels, but said it would “break my heart” to think of a second lockdown.

The Corona virus warns that the pandemic has already been estimated to “cost us $ 10,000 – $ 50 billion” and that the second lockdown will bring the state’s debt demand to a level similar to the financial meltdown. More than 10 years.

However, senior government sources told the Sunday Independent that the country would be closed within 10 days. The decision is expected after Thursday’s meeting of the state’s scientific and medical advisory body, Nephet.

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