India may have to face the third wave of Corona, weekends and night curfews make no sense - Dr. Randeep Guleria
AIIMS director Dr. Randeep Guleria has said that there is no use of Night Curfew and Weekend Lockdown at this time. Along with this, he has also said that maybe India will also have to face the third wave of Corona.
According to an India Today report, Dr. Randeep Guleria said that if the corona epidemic continues to grow in the same way and succeeds in developing an immune escape mechanism, then India may have to face the third wave of corona.
Doctor Guleria has said that if the virus infection is to be prevented, then a lockdown is needed for a sufficient period. According to the report, Guleria said, "Three things need to be seen at this time. Improving the infrastructure of hospitals, preventing corona cases and speeding up vaccination operations. We have to break the chain of transition. If we are able to reduce the close contact of the people, then the corona cases will also be reduced.
Doctor Guleria has said that there is no point in imposing weekend curfew and night curfew at this time. Lockdown must be applied for a sufficient time. AIIMS director further said that if the virus continues to develop like this, a third wave of corona may also come in India. We need to understand how quickly we can give vaccines to people to give immunity to them. And the second is to understand how the virus changes.
On the other hand, the process of vaccination is also continuing in the country's war against Corona Pandemic. According to the information, a total of 15.89 crore people have been given the dose of Corona vaccine, out of which 17,08390 doses were given on 3 May.
According to the Union Health Ministry, 4,06339 people aged 18-44 have taken the first dose of Corona from 12 states. These 12 states include Chhattisgarh (1,025), Delhi (40,028), Gujarat (1,08,191), Haryana (55,565), Jammu and Kashmir (5,587), Karnataka (2,353), Maharashtra (73,714), Odisha (6,802), Punjab ( 635), Rajasthan (76,151), Tamil Nadu (2,744) and Uttar Pradesh (33,544).