Chandigarh: With the arrival of 590 new cases of Kovid-19 in Haryana, the number of people infected with Corona virus has increased to 2,57,067 by Saturday. At the same time, with the death of 13 more people due to infection in the state, the death toll has reached 2,816. According to a bulletin issued by the Health Department, three people have died in Yamunanagar, two in Sonipat, Ambala and Jhajjar in the past 24 hours due to infection. The maximum number of 151 cases is in Gurgaon and 98 in Faridabad. Haryana currently has treatment for 6,079 people. The infection recovery rate in the state is 96.54 percent.
India may not have a second wave of Kovid-19 infection: experts
New Delhi: Health experts have said that there may not be a second wave of Kovid-19 infection in the country and even if it does come, it is unlikely to be as strong as the first. This comment has come at a time when the number of cases of Kovid-19 in the country has crossed one crore, although the number of new cases and deaths per day are constantly decreasing. Eminent virologist Dr. Shahid Jameel said that India has seen a decrease in daily reported cases which were at the peak level in September.
He said, “At present, about 25 thousand cases are being reported every day, whereas in mid-September, more than 93 thousand cases were coming up every day.” However, there may be an increase in new cases for a short time like the end of November. “He told PTI,” I don’t think another wave will come because of festive season (Dussehra to Diwali) and a state. Elections have been completed without any substantial increase in matters. What is the reason of this? According to another national seroserve, the probable cases are 16 times the confirmed cases. According to this, there will be 16 crore cases in India now.
Jamil said that it is possible that more than 30 to 40 crore infection cases have occurred in the country so far. “Insecure and susceptible people will continue to get infected,” he said. If immunity lasts for a year or less, we may see small increase in cases of infection at regular intervals during the next few years. A good vaccine will control it effectively. “When asked about a possible second wave of Kovid-19, noted clinical scientist Dr. Gagandeep Kang said that the infection would not be as fast as the first and the more the cases of infection increase. Will not happen.
He said, “I don’t think ‘exposure’ is enough to say that we have collective immunity and never have to worry about it again, but I think it is enough to make sure that we have There is some level of protection so that the spread of infection is not as it was first seen. The increase in cases of infection will also not be that much. “Kang said,” The problem has not gone away, it will not go away with mass immunity, but I don’t think we will see the second wave as seen in the West. . ”
Eminent cardiologist Dr. KK Aggarwal said that India still has 30-40 percent population which is not infected with Kovid-19. He said that India, Argentina and Poland are among the 15 countries with the highest number of cases of Kovid-19 where the second wave has not been seen. He said, “By all probability, there will not be a second wave in India and if the second wave comes, it will only come because of 501 new variants.”
Agarwal told PTI, “If that strain doesn’t come to you, there won’t be another wave.” If India starts a vaccination program by the end of this month and vaccinates around 300 million people, we may be able to control the disease by 25 March. “Epidemiology and Communicators at the Indian Council of Medical Research Disease chief Dr. Sameeran Panda said that epidemic conditions have declined in some states, while there have been fluctuations in others. “In more states, we have seen effective control while in some states we need to be cautious,” Panda told PTI. The landscape of the state is different from each other. ”