corona third wave in india: what will happen to India during COVID Third Wave
- UK’s top scientist confirmed – third wave of corona in UK
- 10476 new cases in 24 hours even after record 80% vaccination
- AIIMS direct warns about third wave of corona in India
The third wave of Corona has caused havoc in Britain, which was the first to start the Kovid vaccination worldwide. A top expert associated with Britain’s vaccination program has claimed that Britain is battling a third wave of the corona virus due to the highly contagious delta variant of Kovid-19. In the last 24 hours, more than 10000 new cases of corona virus have been found in Britain. After which people are worried about the fear of third wave of corona in India. Let us inform that 80.6% of the adult population in Britain has been given the corona vaccine.
Tough competition between vaccine and delta variant
Professor Adam Finn, who advised the Joint Committee on Immunization and Immunization (JCVI), told the BBC that there is now a tough competition between vaccines and the delta variant of Kovid-19 in the country. Professor Finn said that it is spreading, maybe we can be somewhat optimistic that it is not spreading fast, but still it is spreading. So, of course the third wave is on.
Britain is insisting on vaccination to save the elderly
He said that we can conclude that there is a fierce competition between the vaccination program, especially the second dose for older people, and the third wave of the delta spur. The sooner we give the second dose to elderly people, this time we will see less number of people admitted to the hospital.
Delta variant wreaking havoc in Britain
The latest data from the National Statistics Office shows that one patient out of every 540 infected is infected with the delta form which has now become the fastest-spreading form of the virus in the country. According to the latest data from Public Health England, a single dose of the vaccine reduces a person’s chances of being infected with the coronavirus and receiving hospital treatment, even if infected with the delta form, by 75 percent. People who have taken both doses of the vaccine have a more than 90 percent reduction in their chances of contracting the coronavirus and being hospitalized.
Third wave of corona in India in 6 to 8 weeks?
AIIMS Director Dr. Randeep Guleria has warned that if the Kovid protocol is not followed, there may be a third wave of corona in the country between the next 6 to 8 weeks. Guleria said that until a large number of the population is vaccinated, people should aggressively follow the rules of prevention from corona. He stressed on the need for strict monitoring and region-specific lockdown in case of large increase in infection cases. Guleria reiterated that as of now there is no evidence that children will be more affected in the next wave of infections.
The second wave of Corona caused havoc in India
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 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. The daily cases of Kovid-19, which had gone up to about four lakhs, have now come down to around 60,000.
Now new cases of corona are decreasing daily
According to the data released by the Union Health Ministry on Saturday, after 60,753 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in the country in a day, the total number of infection cases increased to 2,98,23,546 while the number of patients under treatment decreased to 7,60,019. Which is the lowest in 74 days. According to the data released by the ministry till 8 am, the death toll has risen to 3,85,137 with 1,647 more people losing their lives. The number of patients under treatment is 2.55 percent of the total cases of infection, while the national rate of recovery from Kovid-19 is 96.16 percent.
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