The third wave of corona peaks in India in October

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In October, when the whole of India becomes festive, the third wave of Covid will reach its peak. An expert committee set up under the auspices of the National Disaster Response Force of the Central Government of India has expressed these concerns in its latest report. According to the report, the third wave will spread the infection most among children. If so, that would be more of a concern. Because, according to the committee, adequate arrangements for the care of children have not yet been made in all parts of the country.
First, there are not enough doctors, medical equipment, health workers, or infrastructure to treat children to handle the third wave of corona. Second, the festive season begins in October. Apart from that, schools and colleges have been opened in some states, and there is talk of opening them somewhere.
In India, only one vaccine for 12 to 17-year-olds has been exempted so far. That is the ‘Zykov D’ vaccine of Gujarat’s Jaida’s Cadillac. Apart from that, there is no vaccine available for those under 12 years of age. In this case, the government has raised concerns. The official report emphasizes the value of R.’ R Value’ is how many people an infected person can spread the infection to. In several country states, this ‘R value’ has gone up to 1 since the last week of July.
The shortage of paediatricians in the country’s primary health centres is currently 72 per cent. Despite the fears, as the infection rate in the country is declining considerably and the death rate is declining day by day, various state governments are also reducing the number of bans. The economy is getting predominant in life and economy. Public life will be more normal during the festive season. In October, Durga Puja, Kali Puja, Dussehra and other festivals will be celebrated in various states of India.


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