Has the third wave of corona hit India? WHO makes big statement

Geneva: The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the third wave of corona virus could hit this week, while it could wreak havoc between August and September. However, based on its assessment, the Government of India has informed that the next two to three months will be extremely difficult for the country. According to WHO, the third wave of corona epidemic in the world is currently in the advanced stage. It has reported that the main reason for the third wave is the delta variant of SARS-CoV-2. Tell us that the Delta variant is the same as the first case of which was found in India.

The WHO warning is also a threat to India, as the Union Health Ministry said this week that the pace of decline in corona infection cases in India has slowed down. In India, the situation in some areas, including Maharashtra, Kerala and some north-eastern districts, remains alarming since Covid-19. NITI Aayog member (Health) VK Paul has said that the current corona situation in India is certainly under control, but it is still not certain that India has acquired heard immunity from vaccination or infection. India is far from it. That's why the threat remains. The government has said that the next few months will be extremely important.

Dr. Vipin Srivastava, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Physicist, University of Hyderabad, recently said that the third wave of corona in India has already hit on July 4. He said july 4 recorded exactly the same situation as was seen in the first week of February (the beginning of the second wave). The third wave may hit the country by the end of August, but it will be less dangerous than the second wave. Dr. Simran Panda, Head of Epidemiology and Infectious Diseases at the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), has said that the third wave in the country is not necessary.

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