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How The US Election 2020 Shaping Up: Know The Contenders



US Election

Is it the incumbent president Donald Trump or the not so new Joe Biden who will lead America in the next four years? The US final election is just a few weeks away, and American citizens will decide in November who will lead them.

But with the coronavirus pandemic, President Trump’s stance about mail voting, and the ongoing black lives matter, there has been a lot of things going on, making this election unique in its own way. But how do Americans vote for a new president? What are the candidate requirements? Well, you can find out more about this below.

How to Become the President of the US?

The US election is something that usually captures the world’s attention. That’s why the presidential election process is comprehensive. Here is a brief overview of how to become the United States president and the nomination and confirmation process.

Constitution Requirements

  • You must be a natural-born US citizen
  • Have a minimum age of 35 years
  • Should have been a US resident for at least 14 years

Step 1: Primaries and Caucuses

It involves multiple candidates, and each has their own idea about how the government should work. It should look after that people with similar ideas belong to the same political party. All candidates from the same political party have to campaign throughout the country in order to win the favor of their party members.

Step 2: National Conventions

This is the second step, and the candidates need to still campaign throughout the country to win the general public’s support. Besides that, the candidates have to select their running mates. Thereafter, the party will have to hold a national convention in order to choose their final presidential nominee.

Step 3: General Elections

Every eligible voter is required to vote for their preferred presidential candidate. But this is a unique process because what we actually call the presidential votes involves voting for a group of people called electors.

Step 4: The Electoral College

Each state gets a certain number of electors based on congress representation. After the general elections, each elector has to cast a vote, and the presidential candidate who gets 270 votes (more than half) wins the US election.

How Does Voting Work?

The US election normally involves two main parties; the Republican Party and the Democratic Party. In some instances, a 3rd party candidate may decide to enter the race. However, they rarely get massive traction, and hence their impact on the elections is quite small.

The party candidates are usually formally selected, and they there are announced during the summer conventions. Unlike most countries, why the larger population determines the winner, the US election doesn’t involve a direct popular vote. This would simply mean that the most populous states would eventually decide who the winner is.

Note: There is a big resemblance between voting in the US work and how the pope is chosen. Both rely on a college of electorates to choose the winner because they are informed by individuals who don’t have loyalties.  When Americans vote in November, technically, they are voting for the electors.

US Election 2020

Who’s Running for President in 2020?

There are two people running for the presidential seat.

Donald Trump  Republican

Has the current president of the United States. Trump is seeking reelection after winning in 2016. His presidency has been tumultuous with the Russian investigation, impeachment, coronavirus pandemic, and racial prejudice dominating the spotlight. His approval rate is quite low, but the strong economy can boost his re-election chances.

Joe Bidden – Democrat

Biden, the former VP under the Obama administration, has a good legacy. He has proposed to advance that legacy with the climate crisis, racial bias, and health care. Before he was a VP, he represented Delaware at the senate level for 36 years.

Who is Leading in the National Poll of the US Election?

According to the BBC report, Biden has had a 10-point lead over Trump on most occasions at the national polls. The former VP has a 50% score, while Trump has 43%.  As per the CNN polls in late September 2020, Joe Biden has a 51% approval while the incumbent Donald Trump has a 44% approval.  Data collected by Quinnipiac University indicates that Biden still leads Trump at a 52-42% score.

Whats the Date of the 2020 US Election, and Can Trump Postpone it?

The 2020 US election is on November 3, and the nation will either retain Donald Trump or usher in Joe Biden as the new president. But Donald Trump has severely floated the idea of delaying the elections. According to him, the use of postal ballots could lead to rigged elections. Trump further stated that mail-in voting is open fraud.

The idea of if the current president can postpone the election is open and possible. There is no specific election date as per the American constitution when the election should be held. However, those who have the power to conduct this change are in Congress. In this case, it will be highly unlikely as the Democrats make the majority in one chamber and so it’s highly unlikely that an election delay will be possible.

How Has Coronavirus Affected US Election Campaign Cycle?

Campaigns are political conventions. They are usually considered staples for all campaigns, and with the coronavirus epidemic, there is a whole new level of uncertainty. For instance, Kamala Harris and Joe didn’t go to Wisconsin to accept the Democratic presidential nomination to coronavirus issues. Generally, the parties have not been able to get the maximum exposure they would love to have with the public because most things are now done virtually.

Democrat candidates also went ahead to deliver their national convention speeches to an empty convention hall with large zoom screens taking over. However, this has been the reality of most candidates since March since the SARS-CoV-2 virus became a global problem.

There is nothing as difficult as having to elevate your political profile during a lockdown that’s coupled with an economic downturn and curfews. This forced many of the candidates to focus on online meetings, and they had to invest in various online tools.

However, the virus has also bought several things into effect.  For instance, the second quarter of the election year usually involves courting for donors, mostly in-person events. But with the lockdown and minimal human interactions, candidates had to use digital systems for grassroots fundraising.

The best thing is that the Democrats had the ActBlue platform that was launch in 2004. So, they simply tweaked it to provide better access to all the party candidates. Republicans had launched theirs in 2014.

Final Thought

The 2020 US election is one of the most unique. Many have changed with the coronavirus pandemic’s presence in how meetings are done and speeches are delivered. President Trump is seeking reelection even though national polls show that he is trailing. Former VP Biden is seeking to continue his legacy and, in most cases, has taken a 10-point lead over Trump. With the elections a few weeks away, let’s see who will win.

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Social Distancing in Prisons: How It Managed in Pandemic Time



Social Distancing in Prisons

The Coronavirus pandemic has affected every aspect and institution of human life. Workplaces have shifted from office spaces to home offices. People are confined to their homes unless they have an essential reason to go outside. Many businesses have closed physical locations and taken their operations online. Besides, we have seen governments releasing petty offenders and some prisoners using Covid-19 to seek release. One way to curb the spread of the virus is social distancing. However, implementing the directive can be tricky in crowded prisons considering the living conditions, but it is doable to some extent. Continue reading for details about how prisons are being managed in the social distancing times. 

What Is Social Distancing? 

In the face of a global pandemic, social distancing is the practice of keeping away from people to prevent contracting coronavirus (Covid-19). However, as countries open up their economies, they stress physical distance, where people can get off their homes and interact while taking extra precautions to protect themselves against the virus. The precautions include wearing masks, being 6 feet away from another person, washing hands, and sanitizing as you go about your business around other people. 

Social distancing involves various aspects. For example, you need to stay away from anyone showing coronavirus symptoms, such as a continuous cough, sneezing, and high temperature. If you use public transport, avoid the rush hour, which causes crowding and increases the risk of being infected. It is also about working from home, which helps decongest workplaces and minimizes the possibility of meeting more people. Besides, you need to avoid gatherings of any kind, be it in bars, restaurants, or home. Instead, connect with friends, family, and colleagues virtually through video calls and social media, among other online communication channels.   

Why Are Prisoners at Higher Risk of Covid-19? 

The incarcerated are at a higher risk of getting Covid-19. For starters, most prisons are crowded, as they accommodate prisoners beyond their capacity. This provides a conducive environment for the spread of coronavirus if one infected person comes into contact with others in the facility. Besides, offenders share bathrooms, cafeterias, and yards, which makes controlling their movements a lot harder and could cause an outbreak. However, one report shows that half of the incarcerated population has chronic physical or mental diseases, putting them at more risk if they contract the virus.  

That is not all. Poor hygiene in penitentiaries can contribute to the spread of the virus too. Toilets and sinks carry loads of human waste and finding soap for hand-washing can be a challenge. Governments can boost hygiene standards in prisons to some extent, but sustaining them can be challenging. However, even with improved cleanliness, keeping prisoners away from each other is not easy. Prisons have staff members and inmates coming and leaving, and who knows if they might be infected. Add that to crowding, and you have a place with a fast spread of coronavirus fast in case of infection.  

Is Social Distancing a Solution for Prisoners?

Social distancing is impractical for prisoners, but it forms a crucial part of the measures to prevent coronavirus spread. It is a challenging measure to implement. Prison is already a confined area, and prisoners cannot be kept in their small cells for a whole day. They live, eat, shower, and interact in communal areas. The infirmaries are too small to isolate many patients or handle an outbreak, and the ventilation is poor.


The pandemic has made it impossible for relatives to visit prisoners, affecting their psychological and emotional well-being. However, on the upside, governments have temporarily barred families from seeing their loved ones in jail for all the good reason, which is to protect those behind bars from infection. 

Along with social distancing, reducing the number of people detained can protect prisoners from the virus and reduce infection. For example, people convicted for nonviolent or minor offenses should be considered for immediate release, and those with mental or health conditions. Doing so creates more space and reduces crowding to help with social distancing.

It’s been a tough year for not just prisoners but the whole world, it seems. Prisons are essential points of discussion for social-distancing and Covid-19 restrictions because of how the housing systems and incarceration system leaves so much less room for these provisions. With the Second Wave of Covid-19, these discussions are even more important to be had right now.

What About Healthcare for the Prisoners?  

Prisoners have a right to quality healthcare like people outside prison. However, that is not the case. Healthcare in prisons is poor even during ordinary times when the world is not dealing with a pandemic. We cannot expect the situation to be any different right now when healthcare systems have been overwhelmed. There is a shortage of healthcare providers in prisons, which makes things worse. The detainment facilities do not have isolation centers for those infected, and even if they wanted to set them up, there might be no space for them.

At the beginning of the pandemic, countries experienced a significant shortage of testing kits and other essential medical supplies to deal with coronavirus. If medical equipment for the general public was inadequate, what about prisoners whose healthcare is not taken seriously. Just because someone is incarcerating it does not mean they are lesser humans. But somehow the society does not consider them a priority no matter the offense committed.

With poor health care, the mortality rate due to coronavirus in prisons is higher. Those in jails waiting for conviction or sentencing are also at high risk of infection. Since crowding in prisons makes social distancing impossible, and healthcare is terrible, law enforcement has had to find other ways to deal with crime in the pandemic period. For example, they have avoided arrests and instead issued citations for offenses that could have landed one in jail before coronavirus.

Final Thought

Social distancing in prisons is a challenge. The facilities are already overflowing with prisoners and have poor healthcare. The coronavirus pandemic has posed a serious health risk for everyone, including the incarcerated population. Yes, they are in confined detention areas, but staff and inmates are getting in and out, which increases the risk of infections. Social distancing can help curb the spread of the coronavirus, but it is almost impractical in prisons. Authorities can improve hygiene standards in prisons, but that is not enough. Managing prisons in the social distancing times are hard, and with low healthcare standards, things are not looking good. However, let us hope that the pandemic ends and life gets back to normal.

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Pandemic Era of UK: How Boris Johnson Taking Decision to Lead UK



Pandemic Era of UK

The UK government and population expected Brexit to mark their 2020. After months of delay, they finally completed the move under the leadership of Boris Johnson. Boris is a charismatic prime minister who has built a reputation for the grandiose but lacks the plan’s details. It is a feature that has characterized his push for Brexit, full of slogans but no clear plan. He also sets self-limiting targets and deadlines, which have often come back to bite. It is with this approach that the pandemic era of UK unfolded. When the coronavirus struck, changing every country’s priority and plans for 2020. Britain, experts say, ‘sleep-walked into the pandemic’ and the effects have been crippling and devastating.

Early Response

The first coronavirus confirms the case on January 31. Even after the WHO declared COVID-19 a pandemic, the government had no concerted strategy to combat the disease and its impact. The Brexit campaign distracted and wore the country. The top leadership was still focusing on the trade deal with Europe coming after Brexit.The health secretary, not the PM, chaired the first meeting of the pandemic era of UK government’s emergency committee, COBRA.

This action turned the Prime minister’s responsibility to a departmental concern. At best, any concerted response and strategy were grossly overestimating the UK’s institutions’ ability to handle the virus. At the same time the government was downplaying the pandemic’s impact and severity. The PM, repeatedly claimed during the pandemic’s early days that the country was better prepared than most to handle it.

He clung to the long-held claim that Britain has world-beating health institutions like the NHS, leading research institutions, and scientists. Unfortunately, none of these institutions were well funded and prepared to deal with complexities, like the ones posed by the coronavirus.

Lack of Clarity in Communication and Strategy

Indeed, no country was ready for what came. However, as the UK’s neighbors were busy taking measures to shore up supplies and put in place measures to control the spread, the government kept downplaying the threat and remain distracted. Only when the cases spiked in March did it become apparent just how unprepared and underfunded the pandemic era of UK NHS and health ministry was.

The government’s efforts were not in tandem with the unfolding situation and measures globally accepted as standard. For example, early testing and tracing efforts were probably the only positive thing that worked. However, the government halted the tracing and testing measures accepting the inevitability of a full-scale outbreak. This action was controversial as it was against the WHO’s advice and actions taken by most nations. In Europe and Asia, aggressive community testing helped push back the epidemic.

Instead, the government announced the country was entering a delay phase on March 12 and still gave no clear policy of what the nation was to do. At the same time, the media quoted his chief medical advisor saying the goal was to develop herd immunity against the disease. It was not the official policy, yet the timing could not be much unfortunate. It would take up to March 16, for the Prime Minister to officially advise the public to practice social distancing. At the same moment, he urged people to work from home and avoid public venues. These guidelines came only when a scientific study confirmed everyone’s fears; the disease could be far worse than previously thought.

Too Little too Late

The guidelines issued on March 16 were not legally binding in any form. The government left it to the mythical British wisdom for people to decide whether to follow these measures or not. It was not until March 23 that Johnson ordered a lockdown of the country. The measures saw the banning of non-essential travel, and many businesses were forced to close. Experts now say this one-week delay denied the government the opportunity to gain time against the disease.

A government advisor and leader of the scientific modeling group based at Imperial University admits that going on lockdown, a week earlier would have effectively halved the country’s death toll. In comparison, Italy, and Spain, which had the highest peaks of the disease in Europe at the time, went into lockdown on March 9 and 14, respectively. France on the other hand went into lockdown on March 14. By May, the UK had surpassed Italy as the country with the most deaths in Europe.

The country saw the death toll rising to 30,000 in the first week of the month. The government explained its delay in enforcing an aggressive lockdown as waiting for measures at the right moment. Such a moment has proven to be the dilemma of the pandemic era of UK. Explaining this decision, Boris said the idea was to act at a moment when it would have a greater impact in controlling the disease. If such a moment existed, then he missed it by a mile. Four days after announcing lockdown measures, the Prime Minister tested positive for coronavirus.

Shortages of PPE and Testing Kits

In nowhere else has the failure to take proactive measures against the disease acutely felt than at the forefront. Health workers lack basic supplies and equipment to perform their work.

The country’s testing capacity was dismally poor, especially when compares with other countries. By the second week of March, Germany was testing about 200,000 people per day while Britain, in comparison, was averaging under 2000 people a day. There was also a severe shortage of PPE equipment for medical personnel hampering their services and the ability to test and seeing many engage in silent protests.

The health secretary attributed the poor testing record to the small size of the diagnostic industry in the pandemic era of UK. Soon, the global supply chains took a hit. The UK’s delay in sourcing supplies saw it engage in embarrassing last-minute attempts to shore up equipment (9). For instance, in April, the British government paid $20 million to a Chinese company for kits that turned out to be dysfunctional.

In another instance, the government enlisted the Air force in the airlifting of 400,00 protective equipment from Turkey. Unfortunately, export licenses complications held the flight back only for doctors to find them defective and not fit for any use. At one point in April, the NHS informed workers that they would have to care for patients without using full gowns. The service was about to run out of equipment in a few hours.

A Missing Prime Minister

A significant setback during the pandemic era of UK has been the absence of its Prime Minister at crucial moments. Before his hospital admission for about a month for covid-19 treatment, Boris’ leadership was missing during the crucial early weeks. As a Sunday Times article rightly pointed out, January ended with Johnson focusing on Brexit; in February, he was handling a divorce settlement (5). The end of the month found him celebrating an engagement and expecting a baby boy early in the summer.

During this time, when personal issues distracted him, he took a ‘working holiday’. He was spending his time with his partner at a country retreat for two weeks. Johnson missed five COBRA meetings from the first one on January 24 and finally attended the sixth on March 2. As world leaders took charge of their countries’ early response to COVID-19, Boris Johnson’s notable act was his absence.

By the time he was leading the UK, he was undecided and without any tangible strategy. Then in just under a month, the Prime Minister was again absent. Unfortunately, this time, he became the first of the world leaders to contract the virus. He was away for another month, during which the UK’s coronavirus cases and deaths spiked, surpassing all countries in Europe.

Lifting Lockdown

By the time Boris Johnson was back, the UK had recorded 21,000 deaths, of which 97 percent had occurred when he was out of commission (3). During this period, 4 million workers were furlough in the UK. His sickness brought plenty of goodwill even from his harshest critics. And when he resumed work, he confirmed how close the pandemic era of UK had come to losing its premier. Yet much of the goodwill seems to be quickly eroding as the government embarks on unclear lockdown easing measures. Its delay is going on lockdown has affected how early it can ease such measures, further hurting the economy.

Over 3 billion dollars are lost from the economy with every day in lockdown. Mix message continues to come from the government with safety at home being changed to stay alert. Such actions leave many, including those in government, confounded and contradicting their statements. Leaders of Scotland, Wales, and North Ireland have taken the step to disassociate their stand from his. They point out that Boris Johnson speaks for England alone most times he addresses measures to lift the lockdown. The haphazard manner the lifting of the lockdown is handling for reminds many of the early days’ errors. Another lockdown for the North of England followed Boris’ success remarks in reducing the death toll, in response to spiking cases.

What Comes Next

By July 31, Britain was third behind only the US and Brazil in absolute and per capita deaths from COVID-19. The UK’s statistics body says England alone has the highest number of deaths than any other European nation. The pandemic era of UK has caused the worst recession in three centuries. Ahead, the ghosts of Brexit lie. The self-set deadline for a trade deal with the EU approaches on December 31. The EU parliament has said it will not be rushed, and it is yet to understand what Boris’ government wants.

The lack of a deal has far-reaching implications. With Britain still coming to terms with the COVID-19 disaster, there is a need for an audit, and decisive leadership. There is also a need for a clear plan out of the disaster, the economic turmoil, and the future. Boris Johnson’s time to prove he is the man to provide this leadership is quickly running out.



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The Second Wave of Covid: A Threat Reborn



Second Wave of COVID

Presently, the world is dealing with a deadly virus named SARS CoV-2. During the past 6 months, thousands of people have lost their lives due to SARCoV-2 infection. However, scientists have warned against another bigger issue. There is a big chance that the second wave of COVID might hit the global population. Hence, you should follow every pandemic norm postulated by scientists. If you want to know more about the second COVID wave, then go through the article. Further, this article also includes ways with which the spread of COVID-19 can be regulated. 

What is COVID 19?

COVID 19 is a type of virus that had emerged from China. To be specific, SARS CoV-2 is a newly identified Coronavirus. More importantly, SARS CoV-2 has caused respiratory illness all over the globe. On the other hand, scientists are expecting the second wave of COVID in most countries.  

The COVID-19 has several symptoms viz. chills, muscle aches, diarrhea, nausea, headache, chills, etc. Furthermore, the SARS CoV-2 spreads from one person to another. At present, the coronavirus has no vaccination. That said, you can avoid the contamination by frequent hand-wash, use of face masks, etc.  Moreover, you can prevent the disease spread with the help of isolation and physical distancing. 

The SARS CoV-2 has an incubation period of 14 days. Notably, patients of COVID-19 should take plenty of rest and have to stay in quarantine. Both the COVID 19 and 2003 SARS belong to the coronavirus family.  

What is the Second Wave of COVID?

All in all, you can compare the second wave of COVID with that of an oceanic wave. Each cycle comprises of increase in the number of infections and then a gradual decrease. However, scientists aren’t able to define a pandemic wave properly. New Zealand has reported the first coronavirus patient after 24 virus-free days. Likewise, China and Iran are facing another outbreak. At present, scientists are worried about coronavirus UK. This is so because the COVID-19 virus is still lethal and infectious. Moreover, 5% of the U.K’s population has been detected as COVID-19 positive.  

Coronavirus Pandemic: Is the Second Wave Already Here?

Initially, scientists have warned about the second wave of COVID. For one thing, people are not following the pandemic guidelines properly. Secondly, Greece, Spain, and Germany have already eased the lockdown rules. Further, the WHO has warned that COVID-19 might never get eradicated.  

With that said, shops, malls, and public places have reopened in many countries. For this reason, it is highly likely that the second wave of COVID might recur fast. Germany had registered a high spike in COVID-19 cases in July. On the other hand, the reproduction rate has increased significantly.  

In particular, scientists have not defined uniform standards to account for the second wave. Virologists had warned people to follow guidelines to save from the pandemic. On the contrary, people have been acting carelessly. However, there is a possibility for the virus’ further mutation. As in effect of this, the coronavirus pandemic might get in control. 

What Could Trigger a Second Wave?

Primarily, lockdown is the only perfect solution to control the COVID-19 spread. However, the lockdown has increased the rate of unemployment, destroying health, etc. Likewise, the lockdown has also affected students and has damaged the worldwide economy.  

In effect of this, scientists have introduced new methods to tackle the COVID-19. For instance, you need to wear face masks and attain social distancing. If not, then there is a possibility that the second wave of COVID could trigger. Presently, South Korea has re-imposed some of the lockdown measures. As a result, South Korean’s aren’t able to gather in clusters. 


Will a Second Wave be the Same as the First?

In particular, the reproduction rate is important for the strength of the second wave of COVID. Initially, the reproduction rate was 3. With that said, most of the people aren’t following social distancing norms. Thus it is highly likely that the reproduction rate might go up. Thereby, the Second Wave of COVID could infect more people as compared to the first one.  

Scientists have warned that COVID positive patients might increase in the coming months. Additionally, the virus might spread fast during the winters. Therefore, people need to follow pandemic norms strictly. It would help if you avoided social gatherings and put on a face mask. Another way of curbing the onset of the second wave is by conducting frequent COVID-19 tests. On the other hand, governments should impose state-wise lockdowns. Lastly, governments also have to match up with the high demand for healthcare. 

Will the Virus Become Milder and No Longer a Problem? 

As per one argument, COVID-19 might get mild after mutation. Due to this theory, fewer people will get infected. Meanwhile, scientists have stated that it is not for sure that the virus may get mild.  

At present, More than 1 Million coronavirus deaths have been recorded around the world. Besides, China, Iraq, and New Zealand have reported a fresh surge in COVID-19 cases. Secondly, the COVID-19 positive patients have started to showcase milder to no symptoms. This is the reason why it has become harder to fight the virus.  

Will the Second Wave of Covid Come to the UK? 

Scientists have already warned citizens regarding the second wave risk of coronavirus in the UK. This is so because the population of the U.K isn’t following pandemic norms strictly. Meanwhile, 5% of the population of the United Kingdom has been infected with COVID-19. Secondly, medical officials aren’t aware of whether COVID-19 infected patients were given proper treatment or not. In effect of this, you can say that the U.K might suffer from the second wave of coronavirus. Nevertheless, you should follow social distancing and wear masks to tackle viral disease.  Boris Johnson already announces to maintain all safety percussion for all the citizens of the UK.

Coronavirus ‘Second Wave’: What Lessons Can We Learn From Asia.

The first case of COVID-19 was reported in one of the Asian countries. As a protective measure, most of the Asian governments have imposed heavy lockdown in respective countries. Due to this, the cases of coronavirus in Asia were drastically reduced.  

Additionally, Asian governments had started to quarantine visitors from foreign lands. Similarly, several Asian governments had strengthened healthcare and conducted through COVID tests. In some cases, governments had even reimposed lockdown norms. Similar steps were included by American and European countries to tackle coronavirus US and in the EU. 

Why Europe is Vulnerable to the Second Wave of COVID-19 

After China, European countries were devastated due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In effect of this, most European countries had to go through a long period of lockdown. Consequently, the economy of most of the EU nations suffered drastically. For this reason, EU governments had lift-off the lockdown that once again surged coronavirus stats. Presently, Germany had recorded 1000 coronavirus positive cases in a day. Likewise, France, Spain, and Greece have also recorded a surge in COVID-19 patients. With that said, the French government is planning to reimpose the lockdown.  

Final Thought

In brief, COVID-19 is one of the biggest challenges for the world. The first case of COVID-19 was reported in Wuhan, China. Both SARS CoV-2 and 2003 SARS belongs to the family of coronavirus. Till now, no vaccine has been designed for coronavirus. More importantly, COVID-19 spreads from one person to another. Therefore, you need to follow the pandemic norms and refrain from social gatherings strictly. Meanwhile, the world is on the verge of getting hit by the second wave of COVID-19. In effect of this, governments have started vaccine trials for coronavirus USA and UK.

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