New Delhi: According to Dr VK Paul, a member of the Ministry of Health and NITI Aayog, the third wave of corona is visible in some countries of the world, but in India the situation is better and under control. At the same time, the Ministry of Health warned that the third wave of Corona should not be considered as mere weather news, the third wave is more dependent on our nature than nature, because the cases have reduced and not finished.
Pictures of crowds in markets and non-compliance of Kovid rules are coming out from different parts of the country. In such a situation, the possibility of a third wave of corona may increase. The Ministry of Health has continuously expressed concern about this and has also warned. On this, once again, the Ministry of Health warned people against adopting Kovid Appropriate Behavior. The Health Ministry said that people are taking the third wave as a weather update as normal. While its seriousness has to be understood.
Referring to the crowd at many places, markets and tourist places in the country and not wearing masks, the Health Ministry said this. The Health Ministry clearly said that whether the third wave of corona will come or not depends more on our nature than on our nature.
The Ministry of Health gave the example of some countries of the world like UK, Russia, Bangladesh and Indonesia, where cases are increasing once again. At the same time, cases of infection have increased due to the increase in the cases of corona in many countries of the world.
At present, the second wave is not over in India, but the situation is better than before. There has been a decrease in new cases and infection rate i.e. case positivity rate. At the same time, the recovery rate of infection in the country is more than 97 percent, while the death rate is 1.33 percent. That’s why caution is very important, because the cases have reduced and not finished.
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