Corona has created a ruckus in the country for more than a year. While the second wave came to the fore as a catastrophe, now experts believe that the third wave will knock in the next 3 months.
At the same time, the central government and the state governments remain alert about the third wave of corona. From hospitals to beds, ventilators, complete arrangements are being made. At the same time, the Delhi High Court has also issued a notice to the Delhi government including the Center and made it clear that the third wave is not far away.
While warning, experts have made it clear that by the month of October, the third wave of corona will knock in the country. At the same time, it will be tackled better than the second wave. according to the experts, due to the third wave, public health will be threatened for one more year. experts, scientists from all over the world. According to the Spain survey conducted between June 3 and June 17 by Epidemic Scientists including virologists, the vaccination campaign will play an important role in controlling this coming wave and the new outbreak.
Of those who speculated about the third wave, 85 percent said that this wave would emerge in the month of October. At the same time, according to some, the third wave can knock in the month of September. At the same time, according to more than 70 percent of investigators, according to the second wave, the third wave will be better dealt with.
Director of All India Institute of Medical Sciences. Dr Randeep Guleria said, in the third wave, cases will be very less, due to which it will be controlled well. He said that faster vaccination will be more controlled on this.
Experts were asked whether children and people under the age of 18 would be more at risk of this third wave, to which two-thirds of the experts answered yes. According to Dr Pradeep Banandur, Head of the Department of Epidemiology at the National Institute of Mentor Health and Neurosciences, there is no vaccine available for children at this time, due to which the situation can be serious.
Dr. Devi Shetty, Cardiologist at Narayana Health and Advisor to the Government of Karnataka on pandemic Response Planning, said that if a large number of children are infected in the third wave and we are not prepared, then it will not be possible to change anything at the last moment. He said that the third wave would be a problem of a whole different kind. Explaining the reason for this, he said that the number of ICU beds for children in the country is less. At the same time, some experts believe that children are not much at risk.