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covid-19: Third wave could take extreme shape in October, children will not be spared, says central agency report

 covid-19: Third wave could take extreme shape in October, children will not be spared, says central agency report



Newdelhi: The third wave of Kovid could reach its peak in October.  This time there is a risk of spreading the infection among adults as well as children.  This was stated by a committee of experts formed under the supervision of the National Disaster Management Authority following the instructions of the Union Home Ministry.  According to the report, the third wave of Kovid has already hit the country.  Since the last week of July, ‘R Value’ has risen above 1 in the country.  By the way, how many people are being infected from one infected person is indicated by this ‘R Value’.

 Learning from the ‘mistakes’ of the second wave of Covid, it has been suggested to be more vigilant in dealing with the impending wave.  The report, submitted to the Union Home Ministry, said the country did not have the required number of doctors, health workers, medical equipment and infrastructure to treat a large number of children infected during the third wave.  The committee of experts suggested paying special attention to this issue.




 As soon as this report came to light, concern spread among some experts.  Because, Pujo season is starting in Bengal from October.  In the meantime, there are fears that the third wave of Covid will hit and that the situation will turn in the direction of the peak.


 Depending on the mathematical model, a recent study by IIT also said that the third wave of covid could reach its peak in the country in October.  The committee of experts formed under the direction of the Union Home Ministry also sealed the study.

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