RIGA - In Latvia's case, putting the population in full quarantine and total isolation would not be the right solution for stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus at the moment, Uga Dumpis, the Health Ministry's chief infectious diseases specialist, said in an interview with Latvian Television this morning.
The expert said that confining oneself at home can lead to severe psychoemotional consequences and aggravation of other health issues, so restrictions should be introduced so that people could live with them as long as possible. An sudden lockdown wi...
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