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WHO warns, ‘More corona waves may hit India, next 6-18 months crucial’

An outbreak of coronavirus is being observed. The second wave has become more dangerous for India.

Mumbai: Outbreak of coronavirus is being witnessed. The second wave has become more dangerous for India. The second wave of corona virus has caused havoc in India. About 4,000 people die every day in this country from this deadly virus. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) chief scientist Dr. Soumya Swaminathan has given a serious warning about the upcoming wave of Covid-19 outbreak. He said more waves of corona in the near future could exacerbate India’s problems. Dr. Soumya Swaminathan gave a stern warning that the next 6-18 months in the Battle of Corona will be crucial in terms of India’s efforts.

In an online interview given to ‘The Hindu’, Dr. Swaminathan said, “Much in this epidemic war depends on the development of the virus as well as the immunity of the vaccine against the variants and how long the immunity of the vaccine protects people.” This is very important. A lot is changing.

“We know that this deadly phase of the Corona epidemic will come to an end,” he said. By the end of 2021, when nearly 30 percent of the world’s population is vaccinated, we can see this. This is when we begin to see a steady decline in mortality. After that, vaccination could accelerate in 2022.

Dr. Swaminathan said, “We are all going through a phase of Corona epidemic, where we are still facing many difficulties. We need to look at our performance over the next 6 to 12 months, which can be a very difficult time. Only then should we talk about a long-term plan to control or eliminate the corona. We know that immunity from vaccines and immunity from natural infections lasts at least eight months. As time goes on, we are focusing on how more and more vaccines can survive.

Commenting on the treatment protocol, Dr. Swaminathan said, ‘It is very important for people to understand that using the wrong medicine at the wrong time can do more harm than good. There is no effect on the commonly used drugs now. He said any country could adopt the WHO protocol to combat the disease.

Dr. Swaminathan said B1.617 is a highly contagious type of corona. Appearances are constantly evolving or evolving versions of the virus and therefore changes in the viral genome. And this is a very common thing. As the RNA virus multiplies, it helps to replicate the virus itself. This changes the virus slightly. Basically this is an error, which has no special significance. They do not affect the virus under any circumstances.

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