Third wave of Corona will be seen in August: the peak will reach in October- the report reveals- The outbreak of the second wave of corona in India was not even over yet and now experts have issued a warning about the third wave. Experts have said that the third wave of corona may come in the month of August. In which one lakh corona cases can be seen every day. At the same time, he has also said that in a bad situation, the cases of corona can reach up to one and a half lakhs. According to experts, the third wave that starts in the month of August may reach its peak in October. The picture of the helpless health system in the second wave was intimidating, if the third wave also caused such devastation, then it could be difficult for the country.
Citing researchers led by Mathukumalli Vidyasagar and Manindra Agarwal at the IITs of Hyderabad and Kanpur, Bloomberg reported that the rise in Covid-19 cases will propel the third wave of the coronavirus pandemic. He said that it may reach its peak in October. Experts said that the way corona cases are coming up in Kerala and Maharashtra, can worsen the situation.
1.5 lakh corona cases every day
Although the third wave of corona will not be as dangerous as the second wave when 4 lakh corona cases were being seen every day in the country. This year, the estimates of experts who made estimates about the location of the corona were based on a mathematical model. In May, Vidyasagar, a professor at IIT Hyderabad, said that India’s coronavirus outbreak could peak in the coming days based on mathematical models.
central government warning
On Sunday, 41,831 new cases of the corona were reported in India and 541 people died of the virus. The central government has warned 10 states, including Kerala, Maharashtra and the northeastern regions, that amid rising infections, they should take steps to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Experts have warned that the coronavirus can spread easily like delta variant chickenpox and can also spread to those who have been vaccinated. According to data from the Indian Sars-CoV-2 Genomic Consortium (INSACOG), about 8 out of every 10 Covid-19 cases in May, June and July were caused by the highly contagious delta variant of the coronavirus.