Corona Virus: Will there be a third wave of corona in India after Diwali? see what the experts says

By Lokmat English Desk | Published: October 29, 2021 12:06 PM2021-10-29T12:06:50+5:302021-10-29T12:06:50+5:30


The second wave of corona in March-April had created a Strom across the country. Now the biggest festivals of the seasons are coming due to the third wave of the corona being expected in the country on the backdrop of this festival.

Parents do not give written consent to send their children to school. However, virologists have a different view. Aajtak has given the news in this regard.

At present, it cannot be said that the threat of corona has been completely averted. The danger is not over yet, so don’t crowd festivals like Dhantrayodashi. It is very important for people to follow the corona properly. If you go out of the house, it is always necessary to wear a mask, says a virologist.

Now a lot of people seem to be unconcerned about masks. But the time has not yet come to abandon the methods of protection from the corona and live as before.

Meanwhile, virologist Akshay Dhariwal said that there is no danger of a third wave in India now. Corona cases will keep coming, but now like the second wave, Corona will not wreak havoc in India, due to vaccination and herd immunity.

100 crore people have been vaccinated in the country. In addition, experts are already telling you not to worry about children. Virologist Akshay Dhariwal said there was no such threat from the third wave of the corona. Parents can send their children to school without fear.

Public Policy and Health Expert Dr. Chandrakant Lahariya also discussed the issue. Parents no longer need to panic, he said. Although the number of corona patients increased after the festival, the risk of a third wave of corona nationally is negligible. Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person.

Dr. Chandrakant Lahariya said a recent CERO survey showed that by June, 67.6% of antibodies had been made. The CERO survey also found that children also produced antibodies, which were effect faster than those of adults.

Now, the pre-festival CERO survey shows that herd immunity has reached 90 percent. In view of all this, there is no possibility of a big wave like the first and second waves. Children also had less serious illnesses in the past.

Even if the next wave comes, the number of students will remain low, so children's schools should be opened. Parents do not need to panic about this, said Dr. Chandrakant Lahariya. Also, countries like Denmark-Sweden did not close schools, now people in America send their children to school.