The third wave of corona has knocked in many countries around the world. Corona cases have started increasing once again in 126 countries. There are 33 countries in the world where corona cases doubled in two weeks. In these 33 countries, there has been an increase in more than 100 percent corona cases. Whereas in other 30 countries there has been an increase of 50-90 percent of cases in a week.
Netherlands has the most havoc of Corona
The Netherlands has the highest in the last 7 days. More corona cases have increased by 299 percent. In America, 69 percent cases increased in a week. In Indonesia, 44 percent cases have increased in the last 7 days. In Thailand, 47 percent and in England 33 percent of the cases increased in just 7 days. The only reason for the increase in corona cases in these countries is that people did not follow the corona rules.
These days the Netherlands and the UK are registering the maximum number of corona cases every day. 50 thousand new cases are coming daily in both the countries. Every day the death is also getting closer to a thousand. At the same time, more than 40 thousand new cases are increasing every day in Brazil and America. Although less than 40 thousand corona cases are increasing in India for the last few days.
The risk of third wave in India
India also has the highest risk of third wave. made up. NITI Aayog Member (Health) Dr VK Paul has said that the world is moving towards the third wave of Kovid. The next 100-125 days are crucial in the fight against Kovid in India. Even now a large population is facing the threat of infection.
He said, "The question of the third wave keeps coming up again and again. This is because our population is still at risk. We still have ‘herd immunity’ Nor have we reached the stage of transition. We get ‘herd immunity’ through infection. do not want to achieve. We are making progress in vaccines and almost 50 per cent of our most vulnerable groups over the age of 45 are protected. This will also affect the mortality rate and reduce it, but the infection can spread. We are vulnerable, the virus is still around."