How will the third wave of corona affect India? AIIMS Director responds

New Delhi: After the first and second waves of the corona outbreak in India, the third wave is no longer predicted. Corona infection instances are not as common as they formerly were. The vaccination is clearly effective in avoiding infection. At this time, we do not require a booster dose of the vaccination. During an event on Tuesday, Dr. Randeep Guleria, Director, Delhi AIIMS, mentioned this. He believes that as time passes, the outbreak will become more restricted.

Speaking at the release of the book "Going Viral: Making of Covaxin - The Inside Story" written by Dr. Balram Bhargava, Director General, ICMR, Dr Guleria said that corona cases have decreased rapidly after vaccination in the country. People were not even forced to admit to hospitals. He said that as time passes, the risk of any corona wave is diminishing.

He said it is unlikely that the third wave of corona epidemic will come to India as compared to the first and second. Over time, the epidemic will become local. Cases of infection will continue to surface between us, but the severity will be greatly reduced. On the need for booster dose of vaccine, he said there is no increase in such cases at present. It is clear that the vaccine is still preventing the coronavirus. So there is no need for a booster dose or third dose of the vaccine right now.

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