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IIT Kanpur professor says that COVID-19 third wave likely to end in April

IIT Kanpur professor says that COVID-19 third wave likely to end in April

IIT Kanpur’s professor says that the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic will be even worse than the first two. The professor said that 1.8 million cases could come to the Indian government every day between January and March. The scientist said that rallies could be a great way to spread the disease during elections.

Key Highlight:

  • IIT Kanpur’s Professor Manindra Agarwal says the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic will be over by April.
  • During elections, rallies can spread Corona infections very quickly because it’s hard to follow the Covid guidelines when there are many people together.
  • For example, Prof. Agarwal says that the third wave will arrive in India in January. In March, there could be 1.8 million cases a day.
  • There have been mutants in both countries that have caused the delta variant.
  • This comes as India has reported more than 33,000 new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, the Union Health Ministry said.

States and the government in India have been stepping up their efforts to be ready for the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic to hit. A professor at IIT Kanpur has made a big claim about the third wave amid all these fears.

He says that the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic will be over by April at IIT Kanpur and that the pandemic will be over for good. During elections, rallies can spread Corona infections very quickly because it is hard to follow the Covid guidelines when there are many people there.

Agarwal said that as many people go to the election rallies without following the rules, their chances of getting sick go up. In this case, you should be careful. In the event of rallies, the changeover can start before it starts.

For example, Prof. Agarwal says that the third wave will come to India in January. In March, there could be 1.8 million new cases a day.

“One in 10 people will not need to go to the hospital. In the middle of March, there will be two million beds that need to be filled, “said: He said that. As a follow-up, he said that 80% of the people are under 45 years old in Africa and India. Up to 80% of people in both countries have a natural defense system.

There have been mutants in both countries that have caused the delta variant in both. As with South Africa, he said India is also less likely to make a big difference.

A new report from the Union Ministry of Health says that India has had more than 33,000 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours. Today, the number of Omicron cases in India has also reached 1700. On January 2, 2022, 175 new cases were found.

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