In response to controlling the spread of coronavirus in the United Kingdom, a senior health professional announced that the country could be in lockdown for an additional half year so as to forestall the coronavirus from returning. Dr Jenny Harries, Deputy Chief medical officer, said that the measures taken to prevent the spread might last till September.\r\n\r\nOne of the administration's top coronavirus consultants conceded that the UK's crisis will deteriorate before it shows signs of improvement however its pinnacle could pass by Easter. Neil Ferguson, a professor at Imperial College London, said that if the lockdown is implemented successfully, there will be an increase in the number of coronavirus patients that require intensive care for about a month, before the numbers start going down.\r\n\r\nNeil presently says he thinks the NHS will be able to cope and adapt to the flare-up, gratitude to the stay-at-home measures that were set up this week.\r\nAlso read: Disability is a Big Risk Factor for Coronavirus Related Death\r\nIn spite of fears over an absence of intensive care beds and staff \u2013 due to getting sick, Ferguson disclosed to MPs that he is certain the health care administration will stay \u201cwithin capacity\u201d and that \u201cstrain would peak in approximately two to three weeks and then decline thereafter\u201d.\r\n\r\nHowever, NHS Provider\u2019s CEO \u2013 responsible for representing hospitals across the country, shared that the medical staff is already under great stress from the large pool of patient\u2019s it\u2019s receiving and that the sudden boom would not be manageable.\r\n\r\nThe progression of the crisis and the predictions clearly indicate that the next two to three weeks might be tough for UK, however, things will eventually start to settle. This corresponds to the predictions made by a disease expert who anticipated Easter would be the end of the major wave of patients. However, the expert did include that the virus might return in fall.\r\n\r\nDr Harries told on the BBC Radio 4\u2019s Women\u2019s hour that the Government didn't want individuals to change their ways of life for a superfluously significant time-frame. However, she included, \u201cwe don't want to lift those measures [too soon] and find that we have a sudden upsurge and our efforts will have been wasted.\u201d\r\n\r\nHarris further continued, \u201cOverall we are looking at a scenario of over a six-month period but not necessarily with a lock down of this level going on throughout that time. We are likely able to raise some of the measures as we go forward and keep in a very controlled pattern.\u201d\r\n\r\nThe statement followed her Q&A session on Mumsnet where she said that the surging cases should be under control by Easter, which falls around 10th April. She stated: \u201cWhat we hope is that in about two to three weeks, if people have continued to do as we have asked, and cut down their social interactions, we would start to see a change in the slop'e of the graph\u201d.\r\n\r\nShe continued to talk about the subject saying, \u201cThat means the peak will be pushed forward, but the height of it will be lower and we can manage all those who need hospital and health care safely through our NHS.\u201d\r\n\r\nDr Harries' remarks propose the quick increment in new coronavirus patients per day could begin to level as its spread is eased back by individuals remaining at home and quarantining themselves.\r\n\r\nIn the previous week around 6,903 new instances of the coronavirus, as compared to 2,170 in the prior week, have been analyzed in the UK.\r\n\r\nSince practically all the tests are being done in emergency clinics most of these individuals are requiring clinical care which has led to an added strain on the hospitals. Decreasing the quantity of new cases every week - regardless of whether it implies the general number is greater over the long haul - will make it simpler for the NHS to manage, and this is what the Government is attempting to accomplish by constraining individuals to remain at home.