The count of latest Covid-19 cases and death rates have diminished compared with the previous stage of the spreading season of Pandemic, and it has made the count stable in different parts of the states as well. V K Paul the member of NITI AYOG has said on Sunday, he did not rule out the chance of the second wave of infections in the coming winter season.
V K.Paul is the chief of Expert coordinating efforts to stop the Pandemic in the nation, said in an interview with news agency PTI, that India could witness a second wave of Coronavirus infections in the winters as he cited in the rising cases of Europe. ” We cannot Rule Out, Once the COVID-19 vaccine is available in India, there can be a chance to deliver from enough resources, and it can be accessible to the citizens quickly.
However, there are five states like Kerala, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Chattisgarh and West Bengal) and the Three to Four (UTs) Union territories, but there is a constant rise in those locations,” Paul stated, as he is directing the(NEGVAC) National Expert Group on vaccine Administration for COVID-19.
According to PTI, India is in a slightly better position for now, but the country still has a long way to travel, since 90 of the people are yet susceptible to coronavirus infections.
Whether India could experience a second wave of COVID infections in the Winter, Mr Paul said that with the onset of Winter, countries across Europe seeing the resurgence of COVID-19 cases still.
India has Enough storage of amenities to the range, and this can be readily augmented as required, Once the COVID-19 vaccine is available in India, there can be a chance to deliver from enough resources, and it can be accessible to the citizens, and there will be no dilemma about the resources, under those circumstances, Paul added.
Latest cases over 61,971 and 1,033 death toll in the past 24 hours, India’s summation over the COVID-19 infection has raised to 8,494,551, as per the Union Health Ministry. India has become the second worst-hit country across the world in terms of numbers of infections, including with 374,013 Covid-19 cases in the past week. India’s death rate now stands at 113,031 the health ministry has updated in its dashboard at 8 am. The active cases of Covid-19 infection remained under eight lakh for the second following day.