As countries across the world begun to cautiously lift the lock downs, many are still implementing social distancing.

Iran (IMNA) - It has been about three months since the world scrambled to go into the global lockdown to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Many cities across the world have introduced social distancing practices to curb the coronavirus caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.

The COVID-19 pandemic is travelling around the world, hitting many countries, some of which seem more vulnerable to the devastating impacts of the virus.

Density is a risk factor in this pandemic; overcrowding make cities vulnerable to infectious.

There is still no clear that when will the outbreak end and life fully get back to normal as researchers say that It is impossible to put a date on it and the virus may remain with us forever!

In all likelihood, some amount of voluntary and mandatory social distancing , travel restrictions and quarantines could remain in place for months to come; however, even with the implementation of tough anti- virus measures and global initiatives, many people are still out and about.

Lockdowns and closures are still remain in place to promote social distancing; Maintaining six feet (2 meters) distance between you and others is one of the best tools in this regard. We have to avoid being exposed to this virus, helping to curtail the spread of such highly contagious disease across the country and world.

Since people are almost unaware of the infectious period, the time you're able to spread the virus to someone else, it is important to stay away from others when possible.

The COVID-19 pandemic is continuing its spread around the world, with around five million confirmed cases in 188 countries. It is taking a heavy toll on societies, health systems and economies across the world, and for as long as this virus threatens any country, the entire world is also at stake.

Goverments in some countries reimpose restrictions in recent weeks, mainly due to the increse in new infections. Many of these countries had also been under economic and political pressure to resume activities.

Elahe Seyfodin

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