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A Third Wave? Here's How India Can Prevent it.

Although the number of COVID-19 cases have witnessed a decline and the outdoor activities have resumed to an extent, the concerns still loom large as a reduced mask usage is also being observed, parallelly. With COVID protocols not being followed as stringently across the country, the second wave continues to be India's guest and a third one has been on the cards, likely to engulf the country by the end of August, 2021.

Experts have predicted the inevitability of a third wave, however, it would not be as deadly as the preceding one. Considering the historical evidence available on global pandemics coupled with the lose mass gatherings, the third wave has been described as imminent and particularly hazardous for children.

Initially reported from Maharashtra, the Delta Plus variant of SARS-CoV-2 was first detected in Europe earlier this year. It has been found to be increasingly infectious and more fatal in relation to its older Delta variant, resulting in a sudden spike in rates of hospitalization in several states.

In order to curb the spread, government is actively ensuring that there is no shortage of infrastructure in the hospitals. Alongside, we urge all our readers to follow the tightened guidelines, exempt from unnecessary movements, and adhere to the new rules taken to avoid your state from becoming the next hotspot of Covid infections. To further ensure your safety, we are here with our safety and sanitization products. Here’s the link to shop all your safety equipment at one place

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