Waves 6-8 affected in case of emergency, advises AIIMS doctor.

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Waves 6-8 affected in case of emergency, advises AIIMS doctor.

When will the third wave of corona come? AIIMS Director Randeep Guleria has said an important thing about this. AIIMS Director Randeep Guleria has said on Saturday that the third wave of corona may come in the next 6 to 8 weeks. He has warned that if people do not follow the necessary guidelines like masks and social distancing, then very difficult situations can arise. The Director of AIIMS has said that there may also be a need for surveillance and identification of the area where the cases increase and lockdown may also be required when the cases of corona increase. Randeep Guleria said that if the guidelines related to Corona are not followed, then the third wave can come in 6-8 weeks. It is necessary that we continue our fight aggressively till the vaccination is done.

The Director of AIIMS has said that if the rate of corona infection in any area goes above 5 percent, then necessary steps should be taken like imposing a lockdown and declaring that area as a Cantonment Zone. The Director of AIIMS has also said that keeping in view the economic activities, there is no way to impose lockdown in the entire country to deal with any wave of corona. Let us inform that the second wave of Covid-19 badly affected the country in the months of April and May. It was claimed that many people lost their lives every day due to Covid. There was also talk of lack of oxygen in many hospitals.

However, for the last few days, there has been a decrease in the cases of the corona. While 4 lakh cases of the corona were coming every day, for the last few days this rate has reached around 60,000. On Saturday, 60,753 new Covid-19 cases were registered in the country. Apart from this, 1,647 people have died due to corona.

Let us tell you that after the decrease in the rate of corona cases, the lockdown has been relaxed in many states. Crowds of people are also being seen in some places. Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope also said on Friday that there is a possibility of a third wave of coronavirus infection if people do not follow the rules like maintaining cleanliness and wearing masks.

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