World Health Organization (WHO) Chief Scientist Dr Soumya Swaminathan has released a big statement. He said the lockdown would have dire consequences.
New Delhi: The second wave of coronavirus is at the top in India. Because of this, more than 1.15 lakh corona attacks have been confirmed in the last 24 hours. In such cases, the option of night curfew and lockdown is being adopted at the local level as a precaution. Meanwhile, World Health Organization (WHO) chief scientist Dr Soumya Swaminathan has issued a major statement. He said the lockdown would have dire consequences. He also issued a statement about the vaccine. Read more – Coronavirus Return: Second record of coronavirus breaks all records, confirms more than 1.15 million cases of infection
According to a report in the English newspaper Indian Express, Swaminath, the chief scientist at the WHO, said that we have to think about the third wave and face the second wave of coronavirus until enough people are vaccinated. Let us know that the WHO recommended an interval of 8-12 weeks between the two doses of the Covishield vaccine. In this gap, Swaminathan said it could be increased. However, he did not recommend vaccinating children. He also emphasized the role of humans in controlling the corona epidemic. Read more – Coronavirus cases in India: Center says situation is worst in Maharashtra, Punjab, Chhattisgarh
According to Poonam Kshetrapal, WHO’s regional director, the United States is ahead of India in vaccinating people. In India, 2 lakh vaccines are being given every day, while in the United States, 30 lakh vaccines are being given every day. Please note that on the occasion of World Health Day he said that the new form of corona is spreading rapidly throughout the region. For this reason, the vaccine needs to be speeded up to get it under control. Read more – What if there is a month-long lockout across India? American organization Dr.
Expert Professor LS Shashidhara said in Pune that hotspots were set up in different parts of Pune despite the lockdown last year. During the lockdown, due to community broadcasting, the corona will spread in small groups, in small areas. However, after the lockdown is removed, it will spread quickly. Last year also saw Corona’s figures rise again after the lockdown was lifted.