Maharashtra has been warned that in 2 or 4 more weeks the corona will hit the 3rd wave and cause twice as much damage as the 2nd wave. The corona impact in the country was the worst in the state of Maharashtra. There is currently a gradual decline in the impact of the 2nd wave.
In this context, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has consulted with the Maharashtra State Medical Control Committee on the possibility of a Coronavirus 3rd wave attack. The experts said that the coronavirus 3rd wave will hit, in which more than twice as many people will be affected by the corona 2nd wave. The control team also reported some shocking information that precautionary measures should therefore be taken in detail.
When the Coronavirus second wave was at its peak, a maximum of 8 lakh people were being treated simultaneously in the state of Maharashtra. Since then it has gradually decreased and the number of people currently being treated there has dropped to 1 lakh 40 thousand.
The Coronavirus second wave alone affected 40 lakh people in Maharashtra and 19 lakh were affected in the first wave. It is estimated that more than 80 lakh people are at risk as the current 3rd wave will be twice as large. Experts also warn that more than 10 percent of boys and young adults could be affected by the third wave.
In this situation, it is considered that as the corona vaccination activities in India continue to increase, the immunity in the body will increase and it will not cause any major damage. As the Corona 3rd wave begins to hit the UK. Within 4 weeks of the end of the 2nd wave, the 3rd wave struck. Experts say the same situation is currently prevailing in the state of Maharashtra.
Meanwhile, it is noteworthy that the central and state governments continue to work to ensure that all the people of the country are vaccinated against coronavirus as soon as possible.