New Delhi: Dr. VK Paul of NITI Aayog says that the next 100 days are very serious and if there is a mistake in it, the third wave that is being talked about can come. According to the Ministry of Health, cases are increasing once again in many countries of the world. In such a situation, the system and the public also need to be alert. Prime Minister Modi himself has also warned about this.
Dr. VK Paul says, ‘We should not let the third wave come. It is possible that as vaccination increases, we may reach a safe zone, but it is very critical for the next hundred to one hundred and fifty days. The system too and the public needs to be alert. According to Dr. VK Paul, the next hundred, one hundred and fifty days are very serious. In the meantime, if there is a slight mistake, then the third wave that is being talked about will become true. From WHO to the central government and PM Modi himself are warning about this.
The Union Health Ministry is constantly warning about the increasing cases in the rest of the world. In many countries of Europe and Asia, the cases of corona are increasing once again after decreasing continuously. Whether it is the countries of Europe, UK, Spain or the Netherlands or the countries of Asia like Bangladesh, Thailand, Indonesia, Myanmar. Corona cases are increasing continuously in all these countries, that too very fast.
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Dr. VK Paul says, ‘At present, the situation is going from good to bad in South and North America region except America, this is a fact. That’s why we also showed that the overall world is moving towards the third wave. PM also mentioned this. This is a warning to us. Let’s take the warning. Everything cannot be taken for granted. There has been a 64% increase in Corona cases in Spain compared to last week. Similarly, cases have also increased in Indonesia, Bangladesh, Thailand.
He said that at this time cases are not coming in India like a second wave, but still about 40 thousand new cases are coming up. At the same time, it is also a matter of concern that the rate of case decline rate in India is also very slow. The government itself is worried about this. At present, there has been a decrease in the cases in India but the cases are not over.
According to the data of the Ministry of Health, there has been a decrease in new cases, while on an average 3,87,029 cases were being reported in May 5 to 11, it has increased to 40,336 on an average between July 14 and 16. At the same time, the positivity rate ie infection rate is 1.99%. The number of active cases in the country has come down and now there are 4,30,422 cases in the country. Talking about recovery from infection, the recovery rate is 97.3%. But the matter of concern is that still more than 100 new cases are being reported daily from 73 districts of India. There are 47 districts where the case positivity rate is more than 10%.
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