World media sources are talking about a second wave of coronavirus.

Which means more shutdowns and regulations are coming. Based on these reports, you may need to prepare yourself and families for extended times of quarantine coming in about one to four months.

Reports call on governments and people to be better prepared in responding to a second wave of the coronavirus.

Dr Hans Kluge, the World Health Organisation’s top official in Europe, said it is now “time for preparation not celebration” as lockdown restrictions begin to ease.

The most reliable models in the USA are now predicting another 100,000 COVID-19-related deaths in the U.S. by Oct. 1, on top of the 116,140 we’d had as of Tuesday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Tough measures are taking place in China to prevent the disease from spreading in the second wave. On June 11, Beijing had reported its first COVID-19 case in almost two months. Now, many Beijing communities are forced to stay at home while they await the results of their nucleic acid virus tests. No one is allowed in, or out.

Beijing has cancelled flights and shut down schools again over fears of a second wave of Covid-19 outbreak linked to another wholesale food market.

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Residents line up to get tested for coronavirus at a sports facility in Beijing after a cluster of cases emerged at the capital’s main market [Ng Han Guan/AP Photo]


Here are some recent media reports that are talking about a growing second wave




South Korea


Northern Ireland


How to Prepare?

This site sponsored by AIHA features expert, industry-specific guidance for both businesses and consumers to safely re-open and re-engage as they emerge from the COVID-19 quarantines.

The Time To Prepare for a Second Covid-19 Wave is Now

8 ways to prepare for a possible second wave of COVID-19

  1. Remain diligent about hand-washing and using sanitizer when you can’t get to soap and water.
  2. Continue to practice social distancing if you need to go out.
  3. Continue to wear a mask when you can’t social distance.
  4. Manage your expectations of when life will settle into a new normal.
  5. Stay home if you’re sick.
  6. Prepare physically and mentally – specifically when planning for the future. Want to plan a trip, think about paying for a refundable airfare or reservation.
  7. Continue to stock up on essential medications.
  8. Check in on loved ones – either virtually or at a distance.


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