Second wave of Corona to peak in April-May, to be cautious for 100 days: report

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In the report released by SBI, more than 25 lakh people in the country can suffer from corona.

The second wave of Corona will peak in April-May, be careful for 100 days

In India, the cases of corona have been increasing continuously since the month of February. Which is a clear indication that the second wave of Corona has now reached the country. This has been claimed in a report prepared by the research team of State Bank of India (SBI). The second wave of Corona will remain in India for about 100 days. If calculated from February 15, the effect will remain till May. According to the report, the second wave of Corona will be at its peak in the coming April-May month.

Taking the March 23 trend as the basis, more than 2.5 million people in the country may suffer from corona from the second wave. A 28-page report released by the SBI states that the lockdown restrictions at the local level Has no effect Therefore vaccination at moss level is the only solution.

Emphasis on accelerating the vaccination process

The index has been witnessing a steady decline since last week, focusing on economic indicators. It is being told that in some states, the effect of taking measures like precautionary lockdown will be visible from next month. The report also emphasized that there is a need to speed up the vaccination process in the states.

If the pace of present-day project vaccination is increased from 34 lakh to 40-45 lakh daily, then people above 45 years can be fully vaccinated in three to four months. Director General of ICMR / (ICMR) Balaram Bhargava said that the second wave of Corona has come ahead of time. That is why we all need to be vigilant. More and more tests should be conducted, masking is necessary, as well as vaccination should be completed as soon as possible.

The report states that many states with a more elderly population (over 60 years), including Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and West Bengal, have vaccinated a lower percentage of their population and should increase their pace.

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