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UP Against the Infection: Methods of Controlling the Spread of COVID-19

*Elita B. Bagazieva, Maryana A. Kazharova,Ayshat U. Sadulaeva,Darya S. Romashkina, Anastasia V. Zheleztsova, Yuri N. Dorofeev.


The world’s population is facing an unprecedented problem that has not been faced since the Spanish influenza after the
First World War. COVID-19, which was initially considered as another epidemic of SARS, has reached global proportions.
The rapid spread of this new virus has put a serious strain on the healthcare system and its capabilities, as insufficient
understanding of the mutating virus prevents effective measures from being taken as soon as possible. A sudden outbreak
causes insufficient supply in terms of labor, raw materials, resources, productivity and disruptions in the supply chain as
well as logistics to meet the growing demand. In order to suppress the outbreak, a number of protective measures are
being introduced.
COVID-19 has already led to behavioral and structural changes, including economic, environmental and energy
sustainability. In this regard, the fight against the spread of coronavirus infection and the development of measures to
suppress it becomes the central task of all progressive humanity.
The purpose of the work is to investigate existing and proposed directions and methods of controlling COVID-19

Key words: COVID-19, Methods of control, Means of protection, Public education, Vaccination.

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