The third wave of coronavirus is expected to turn up during mid-August. The following article summarizes all you have to know about Coronavirus and the effect of the third wave of Coronavirus in India. The third wave of coronavirus is likely to be the same as first wave; says experts. The symptoms of coronavirus are enlisted below and the precautions needed to take to prevent the third wave of coronavirus are discussed in detail. The article also covers details about the new mutant of Coronavirus and the preparations done by the government in order to prevent the upcoming third wave of coronavirus. The article also provides a detailed description of coronavirus and its immense effect worldwide with reference to the third wave of coronavirus. Read the following passages for detailed information about coronavirus, precautions and details about the expected third wave.
Third Wave of Corona in India - Prediction
The third wave of Coronavirus is anticipated and the expected date to reach its peak is on October. The experts say that the Coronavirus third wave in India might be more dangerous if any new variant emerges. The government had mentioned the third wave can be anticipated, if and due to the lack of precautions. Professor Samiran Panda told India Today TV that "In the current situation if the virus doesn't mutate to lead to more transmissibility, the situation will be similar to the first wave." But if the situation demands, the government is ready to impose lockdown and various precautions to prevent the third wave of Coronavirus. Since the third wave of coronavirus is expected to be more dangerous than the first and second wave, the government has told people to be more precautious and to strictly follow the lockdown regulations.
Third wave of Coronavirus in India: Preparations
On July 13th, NITI Ayog member Dr. VK Paul claimed that the indicators of Covid-19 third wave are already visible in several parts of the world. This expectancy of a third wave of coronavirus has caused caution in every government including the government of India. So far the Covid-19 vaccination drive has been successful in India in reducing the number of cases and hospitalization due to Coronavirus. A study on the third wave of coronavirus, conducted by researchers led by the Indian Council of Medical Research’s Nivedita Gupta suggests that vaccination reduces the severity of disease, hospitalization and death rate. “ Therefore, enhancing the vaccination drive and immunizing the populations quickly would be the most important strategy to prevent further deadly waves of the Covid-19 and would reduce the burden on the health care system”, said the study. Officials said India is prepared for the third wave of coronavirus. Vaccination to prevent the spreading of coronavirus and the predicted third wave of coronavirus has started and is at pace. Free vaccination drives for the prevention of the third wave have been started in various parts of the country. And the government is anticipating preventing the third wave of coronavirus with the same tactics. Though there have been hikes in coronavirus cases in places like Kerala and Madhya Pradesh, the government confirmed that the nation is all set to prevent the spreading of coronavirus and to reduce the risks of the envisioned third wave of coronavirus. The government has advised people to take vaccines before the hike in coronavirus cases to prevent the third wave.
Coronavirus Third wave: symptoms
The Government or World Health Organization (WHO) has not issued an official statement regarding the Coronavirus third wave and symptoms. Experts have said that the third wave of coronavirus is most likely to have symptoms as same as the first wave and the second wave. The major symptoms of Coronavirus so far and for the expected third wave of coronavirus are listed below.
The most common symptoms of Coronavirus:
· Dry Cough
· Loss of taste and smell
Less common symptoms of Coronavirus:
· aches and pains
· sore throat
· loss of taste or smell
· a rash on skin, or discoloration of fingers or toe
Precautions for Coronavirus third wave:
People have to be more precautious toward the expected third of coronavirus. As it is clear by now, staying home is the best way to prevent getting affected by a coronavirus. To reduce the risk of getting affected by the third wave of coronavirus, maintaining a safe distance, wearing a mask while going out, washing hands thoroughly and keeping a healthy diet are advised. Apart from the above mentioned, to prevent the third wave of coronavirus one should strictly follow Government’s prepositions, avoid touching mask and face more frequently, using sanitizer to clean, and should try to not go out of home unless it is necessary. People are expected to maintain a safe and healthy lifestyle in order to prevent the third wave of coronavirus.
Coronavirus Third wave: World
The signs of the third wave have already been seen in parts of the world. World Health Organization (WHO) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned on Wednesday that the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic is already in the "early phases" of the third wave. He asserted that the spread of coronavirus has gained mobility due to the “ increased social mobility”. He also mentioned his apprehension toward the uneven distribution of covid-19 vaccines globally. Since countries like Africa and Mexico have already been affected by the third wave of coronavirus, the center has warned citizens to stay alert and to ensure to make efforts that the third wave does not affect India.
Coronavirus new variants:
Scientists are working on the spread of new variants of coronavirus around the world. Various studies show that multiple variants due to the mutation of coronavirus have been reported around the world. According to the Centers for disease control and prevention there are four variants of the coronavirus. They are:
This variant is initially detected in the United Kingdom.
This variant is initially detected in South Africa in December 2020.
This variant is initially identified in travelers from Brazil, who were test during a routine checkup in an airport in Japan.
this variant is initially identified in India in December 2020.
These variants are likely to increase the chances of a third of coronavirus around the world. Though the chances of a third wave of coronavirus are high and to be expected in August, with enough precautions and preparations the effects of the third wave can be reduced.