- The central government has warned that the third wave could be hit so fast that it could reach its peak very quickly.
- “All over the country must adhere to precautions such as masks and social gaps,” said Dr. VK Krishna, Member of the Policy Commission. Paul
- Otherwise, Paul warned that the third wave could be terrifying
Bengaluru News: With the number of new cases and the death toll of infected people declining after the peak of the second wave of Corona, the third wave could rapidly reach its peak and pose a huge risk, the central government has warned.
“Despite the second wave forecast in December and January last year, the negligence of the people and the government has not recurred. All over the country must adhere to precautions such as mask retention and social distance. Otherwise, the third wave could be terrifying, ” said Dr. VK Paul, a member of the policy commission.
” The second Corona wave peak was recorded on May 7. There was a 68% decrease in routine new cases. The positivity rate is less than 5% in the country’s 377 districts. The main reason for this is congestion control. If the crowds move outside again and again as the corona drops, a third wave will soon be up. Cases of infection will peak sooner than the second wave and cause great anxiety. It is also common sense. The same goes for the statistical-based mathematical model, ”Paul explains.
The country is potentially facing the second wave of Corona. Adequate preparation is needed in the wake of the third wave, which is likely to impact the young generation.
Indemnity exemption abroad
The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines have imposed a compensation exemption clause for entry into the country’s market, making it more likely that the government will agree. “We have reviewed the World Health Organization and the coronavirus immunity exemption abroad. Companies have been protected from vaccine side effects. We are also discussing a similar exemption for domestic vaccine manufacturers, ”said Dr. VK. Paul said.