Check the source.Don't know who to believe and I don't trust anybody's numbers yet:
Not necessarily,Apart from that article - I still think some countries are going to eventually just have to let it run its course if they can't do lockdown properly. As I've mentioned before, back in South Africa with all the poverty they have to let public transport keep running with limitations on the capacity - the taxis are generally Toyota Hiace vans and the limitation is "only 7 people per van". All they are doing is slowing the spread down while destroying their economy. Even for countries that do it properly they will have to totally shut their borders until their neighbouring countries can do the same - everyone will have to "build a wall and make the Mexicans pay for it".
The virus is going to still be alive somewhere in the world in a year or two so hopefully they find a cure for it because it is going to stay with us.