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How many Waves of the Corona Epidemic can come to India?
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How many Waves of the Corona Epidemic can come to India?

The threat of corona still remains. Every day thousands of new patients are being found and hundreds of people are dying. In such a situation, it is natural to worry. However, under the nationwide vaccination campaign against corona, more than 38.76 million vaccines have been administered so far and the recovery rate from corona in the country has also increased to 97.28 percent. So far more than three crores of one lakh people have been cured of corona infection. But in the meantime, the fear of a third wave of the epidemic is also being expressed. In such a situation, many people are raising the question that after all, how many waves of corona can come? However, no matter how many waves come, if people take precautions, they will definitely avoid corona. For this, it is important to ...
The Third Wave of Corona across the world, India still has Time to Recover
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The Third Wave of Corona across the world, India still has Time to Recover

NITI Aayog member Dr. VK Paul says that the third wave of the corona has increased across the world. Till now, an average of three lakh cases was being reported in a day, which has increased to more than nine lakh. About 40 percent of the cases of corona have increased compared to the old wave. India still has time. If we want this situation will not come. If people follow the rules then the third wave will not come into the country. Dr. VK Paul said On Tuesday, Dr. Paul said that at this time everyone is discussing the next or third wave, but right now no one is discussing why this wave will come? If every person in the country will follow the rules, then we will not allow the coming wave to come. Referring to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said that in the meeting with th...
Third Wave is Coming: Covid Patients increasing rapidly in Maharashtra and Kerala, experts warn
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Third Wave is Coming: Covid Patients increasing rapidly in Maharashtra and Kerala, experts warn

The pace of the second wave of corona epidemic in the country has slowed down, but in Kerala and Maharashtra, the situation is the opposite. For 11 days i.e. till July 11, more than 1.28 lakh cases of corona infection have been registered in Kerala and more than 88,130 in Maharashtra, which experts say that there is a need to be careful as if these states don't become a hotspot for the third wave. This is the arrival of the third wave of Corona in Kerala and Maharashtra. Similar trends were seen in the first and second waves as well. Kerala is the only state in the country where more than 1,28,951 cases of infection have been registered in the last 11 days. At the same time, during the second wave of corona in Delhi, more than 25 thousand corona infection cases were registered. At the s...
COVID-19 Third-Wave can be Avoided by taking Appropriate and Strong Measures- Government
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COVID-19 Third-Wave can be Avoided by taking Appropriate and Strong Measures- Government

If necessary steps are taken, two days after the country was braced for the following spikes in COVID-19 infections, the government's top scientific adviser said on Friday that India could dodge the deadly third wave of coronavirus. If we take strong measures, the COVID-19 third wave in India may not happen in all places or indeed anywhere at all. It depends much on how effectively the guidance is implemented at the local level, in the states, in districts, and the cities everywhere," Dr. K VijayRaghavan said. On Wednesday, when he said, That phase 3 (third wave) is unavoidable, the virus is transmitting at a high level, but it is not clear at what time phase 3 will occur. The current surge in infections appears to be caused by the Indian "double mutants" coronavirus and the UK versio...
The Third Wave of Covid-19 May Affect Children
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The Third Wave of Covid-19 May Affect Children

Middle of this covid-19 pandemic, when India is facing its second wave, Principal Scientific Adviser to the government K Vijay Raghavan has said on Wednesday that the third wave of the virus is inevitable. Hence, the third wave of covid-19 may affect children this time. “Phase three is inevitable given the higher levels of circulating virus, but it is not clear on what time-scale this phase three will occur. We should be prepared for new waves,” he said. Also read| ICMR's new guidelines: Healthy individuals don't need RT-PCR test to travel inter-state As per the expert’s opinions, the third wave of covid-19 may adversely affect the children of India. According to them, the first wave was heavy for the elders, the second wave is affecting youth majorly, and the upcoming third wave may ...