Dr. Guleria said – the third wave of corona may come between the next 6 to 8 weeks

On the third wave of Corona, Dr. Randeep Guleria, Director of the Indian Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), has issued a warning. He has said that if the corona guidelines are not followed and the crowds at markets or tourist spots are not stopped, then the third wave of corona can attack the whole country in just 6 to 8 weeks.

Dr. Guleria said that no such evidence has been found in the research so far that the third wave of corona will affect children more than adults. Earlier, India’s epidemiologists had earlier feared a third wave of corona by September-October.

Between April and May, the second wave of corona in the country reached its peak in India. Meanwhile, a record increase in the number of deaths from Corona was registered across the country. Meanwhile, oxygen shortage was also seen in most of the states. After this, the cases of corona have started decreasing for the last few days.

4 measures to stop the third wave
1.
 Vaccination of maximum population of India will have to be done.
2. People have to follow the covid guidelines.
3. Such areas will have to be monitored where corona cases are increasing rapidly.
4. Where corona positive patient is more than 5%, declare a containment area.

The third wave is expected
in Maharashtra within 2 to 3 weeks, the third wave of corona is expected in Maharashtra within 1-2 months. This wave will come due to the extremely dangerous variant Delta Plus (AY.1) of Corona. The state’s Kovid Task Force had given this information in a review meeting of this epidemic on Wednesday. After this, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had directed the medical team and other officers to make necessary arrangements.


Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray directed the doctors to conduct sero survey on a large scale . He said that this will give information about the level of Kovid antibodies and vaccination in people. The CM stressed on the need to learn from the past waves.

Thackeray said the state did not have adequate facilities in the first wave, but the situation had improved after the facilities were raised. The second wave taught us a lot. Now we have to ensure that there is no shortage of medicine, bedding and oxygen. The CM said that the state is expected to get 42 crore doses of the vaccine around August-September.

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