After China, the Government of India is on alert regarding Coronavirus in India. State governments have also increased restrictions. Meanwhile, there are reports that the next 40 days are crucial for the country. According to experts, there are currently 10 variants of Covid in India.
How to predict: The next 40 days are going to be crucial as the number of COVID-19 cases in India may increase rapidly in January. Official sources said this citing the previous method of spread of the pandemic. An official said that in the past, it was found that a new wave of the pandemic hit India 30-35 days after East Asia was hit by Covid-19…It has been a trend.
The death rate will remain low: Sources in the Ministry of Health, however, said that the severity of the infection is less. Even if there is a wave of Covid, the rate of deaths and hospitalization of the infected will be very low. Amid the rapid rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in some countries, including China and South Korea, the government has sounded a note of caution and asked states and union territories to prepare for any eventuality.
Threat from 1 to 16: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya have held meetings to take stock of preparedness to deal with the situation of spurt in Covid cases. There has been a recent increase in cases from BF.7, the Omicron subtype of the coronavirus. Official sources said that the rate of spread of BF.7 is very high and one infected person can infect 16 people.
10 variants are present: According to virologist Dr. Gagandeep Kang, at present there are 10 variants of Covid in India. Even after this, the cases of corona are not increasing. According to experts, vaccination can be a major reason for this. Talking about the BF.7 sub-variant, it is not new to India. There has not been a big wave of corona even after various sub-variants of Omicron in the past. In such a situation, even BF.7 will not be dangerous.
39 passengers found infected: Out of 6 thousand tests in two days, 39 international passengers were found infected with Coronavirus, Health Minister Mandaviya will go to Delhi airport on Thursday. Here, 11 tourists from Myanmar, who were kept in isolation at Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi, have been freed from the coronavirus infection and are being discharged. Last week, one of them was confirmed to be infected with Covid-19 at the Indira Gandhi International Airport.
Testing mandatory for travelers coming from 5 countries: The government may make negative RT-PCR reports mandatory for travelers coming from China and five other places from next week. Sources said that for international passengers arriving from China, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Thailand and Singapore, filling of the ‘airlines’ form and RT-PCR test 72 hours in advance may be made mandatory from next week.