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In May, 2020, more than 3,000 individuals have been infected by COVID-19 and most of them are cured. However, upon their return to the community, those who were cured were stigmatized and discriminated against due to fear of possible transmission. Subsequently, fearing social stigma, individuals with high risk are afraid to seek testing or inform people about their risk resulting in increased opportunities for spread of COVID-19 to other individuals in the community and health care workers, including doctors and nurses.  


Even though the rate of new coronavirus infections continues to decrease, a second wave of infections after the lifting of restrictions is a distinct possibility. It is important to continue...Read More


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