If the ongoing situation, amidst coronavirus outbreak seems to be difficult and frightening to you, hold on. There is much more to it. Before getting better, the situation will get much worse than you imagine. Despite Indian government’s early efforts to minimize the number of COVID-19 affected patients in the country and contain the virus, country is now on a verge to enter stage-3 of the pandemic. Also Read - Nia Sharma Channels Her Inner Trance Queen Amid Coronavirus Outbreak, Watch Viral Video

With a sudden spike in number of COVID-19 positive cases in the country, we are on the border line of the next phase where community transmission of the virus will become a reality and tracking the trajectory of spread of the virus will become a nightmare. Until now, most of the people in India got infected after coming in direct contact with an affected patient or due to a travel history to an affected country or area. But soon undiagnosed and likey asymptomatic carriers of virus will start spreading the disease in a huge rate. This is certainly a bad news and you can consider it a humble warning. Also Read - Coronavirus Pandemic: If IPL Doesn't Happen so be it, Says IPL Franchise Owner as BCCI Cancels Con-Call

India has already put travel restrictions on its citizens. It has suspended passenger train operations metro services and inter-state bus service till March 31st. COVID-19 affected states are experiencing a partial or complete lockdown and section-144 has been imposed in worse affected areas. If you think, things will be fine after March 31st, you are highly mistaken. This curfew like situation will be extended for a long time. Also Read - Coronavirus Reaches Northeast as Manipur Girl Who Returned From UK Tests Positive

But the restrictions should not only be government imposed. People need to be disciplined enough to avoid doing things that can put them and others at risk of getting the infection. One of the best things that you can do right now is to home quarantine yourself even if you do not have any symptoms. We all know the common proverb, ‘Prevention is better than cure.’ This completely hold true in current situation.

Now is the time when you need to be patient, disciplined enough to follow social distancing, supportive and empathetic towards the affected ones. Only then, you will be able to protect yourself and your family too.