The third wave of corona can come in six to eight weeks. AIIMS Director Dr. Randeep Guleria gave this information. He said that even after getting the relaxation in the complete ban, people will have to be careful. Even though there is no risk of more infection in children during the third wave, but the arrival of the third wave is almost certain to come soon.
AIIMS Director Dr. Randeep Guleria has said that looking at the equation of disease across the world, it seems that the third wave of corona will soon come in India too. He said that the way Corona is changing its form and gradually the lockdown is being eased and crowds have started gathering, it seems that the third wave of Corona can show its effect in six to eight weeks. Despite all the measures, it is raising its head in many countries. So it is certain that the third wave is going to come in India too. This may take a little longer than anticipated.
Dr. Guleria said that if people are careless and ignore the rules, then the next wave of infection can affect them badly. People should leave only when absolutely necessary. Keep a distance, get vaccinated as soon as possible so that even if the disease does not become serious. He said that the way we have learned from the first and second wave of Corona, learn from that experience and take constant precautions.
Guleria reiterated that as of now there is no evidence that children will be more affected in the next wave of infections. Earlier, epidemiologists in India indicated that the third wave of COVID-19 is inevitable and is likely to start from September-October. India was badly hit by the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in April and May, which claimed a large number of lives every day and exacerbated the crisis due to the lack of oxygen supply in various hospitals. However, now there has been a decline in the number of infection cases and the infection rate is also decreasing for the last several days.
Adopt five strategies to remove restrictions
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