Could Corona Virus lead to a never before crash?


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Corona virus has already crossed 900 deaths and surpassed SARS outbreak in 2003. Possibly it is in deadliest form of disease anyone has seen in the past few decades. China, despite being rich in medical infrastructure has been no match and nowhere near any hope of restraining it. Official figures cross 30000 cases, but suspected that unofficial incidents are more than a lac.
Had it been geographically limited to China, things would have been different. UK has declared health emergency today with 9 case detected. US, already 12 cases and Japan past 100 marks with the sharp rise in cruise cases.

Whats your opinion? Is it time to reduce?
Well that count is just increasing like anything. Something effective has to be done to curb this down, else all these economies will have to face hard times in the coming future.

Tejas Khoday

Co-Founder & CEO, FYERS
Regardless of anything else, this is a healthy discussion. I personally don't think that the virus will spread like a contagion around the world. So far, Indians are least bothered about the threat. I have been in and out of airports a lot recently and the ratio of people wearing masks is less than 1:1000 from what I could observe.

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