As India is slowly moving past the dramatic two years of pandemic situation since the outbreak of Covid 19, the question of whether people will experience another wave still remains uncertain.
India Covid 19 situation
India, like other countries has experienced a major set back in terms of growth and development due to the ongoing pandemic breakout. The country’s resources are depleting and with the ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia has further deteriorated the situation.
While the order two variants of the virus has proved to quite deadly, the omicron has less severe consequences. Now in today’s date more and more people are vaccinated and the rate of death has also gone down to a certain level.
Covid-19 situation in the world
Recently in China and South Korea, a new subvariant of the omicron, named BA2 has caused a grave concern among the people of the world. In South Korea alone, over 5 to 6 lakh cases are detected everyday, thus taking the rate to whole another level. Similarly in the United Kingdom, and other weatern european countries.
However, the experts are contemplating whether such a situation will affect India in the coming months.
The Scientists has given multiple reasons to support their statements. Firstly they are of the view that the immunity of the body has increased over the years in the people to withstand another outbreak. Secondly, a large number of the people have now been fully vaccinated and also few of them being given booster doses.
As per the reports, Dr. Subhash Salunkhe who was the former state director general of health services said that, “We cannot lower our guard as the fourth wave is not imminent here, like it has happened in the rest of the world.” He further added, “the only thing that is unknown about the fourth wave is when exactly will it occur and how severe will it be.”