Covid-19 Third Wave in India: Violating the norms of Kovid, huge crowds are being seen in markets and public places in various cities and also at hill stations.
Covid-19 Third Wave in India: If there is a third wave of Kovid in the country, then the general public will be responsible for it as they have started violating the corona norms (protocols), it has been found in IANS C Voter. It informed that huge crowds are being witnessed in various cities in violation of the norms of Kovid at markets and public places and also at hill stations. Most people in India believe that the general public will be responsible for the third corona wave in the country.Also Read – PM Modi held a meeting with Union Ministers, said- ‘Get involved in work in such a way that the third wave of Corona can be stopped’
In the IANS CVoter live news tracker, 57.0 per cent of the respondents said that if the third wave of the deadly disease hits the country, the general public will be responsible. Only 34.0 per cent of those interviewed during the survey said that the government should be held responsible for this. The rest of the respondents had no opinion on who should be held responsible if the country is caught by another wave of the deadly virus. Also Read – Covid 19 Third Wave: Alert! The third wave of Corona may knock in the next few weeks, the task force issued a warning
Despite claims made by the Center that there is no shortage of vaccine in the country, a large number of respondents interviewed in IANS CVoter live news tracker said that they are not getting the vaccine dose easily and they have to take a long time to get it. Have to wait. 47.0 percent of those interviewed in the survey said they had to wait a long time to get the vaccine, while 42 percent of respondents shared a different experience. Also Read – CoronaVirus In India: Relief news, the third wave of Corona will not have much effect on the children, know the reason …
He said that after booking their slot for vaccination they are able to get the vaccine dose easily without waiting for a long period. The remaining respondents were not sure about the availability of the vaccine in the country. Most of the Indians surveyed believe that the Modi government’s decision to set up medical oxygen production plants in every district of the country was a belated decision amid the second wave of the corona pandemic in the country.
51 per cent of the respondents in the IANS CVoter live news tracker said that the government is delaying the decision to set up medical oxygen production plants in every district of the country. Only 38 per cent people said that the decision was taken at the right time. The remaining respondents were unable to express any opinion on whether the government took the decision at the right time or whether there was a delay in taking a decision on an important issue during the pandemic. (IANS Hindi)