New Delhi : Even though the country has almost recovered from the second wave of Coronavirus, but still the threat of the third wave is not over. After the second wave and the removal of the lockdown, a large number of tourists are going out for a walk at this time.
Crowds of people can be seen daily at tourist places, but if you are also planning to visit in the coming time, then you should consider it once again, because the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). It has been warned that due to this habit of roaming people, the third wave of covid-19 may soon come in the country.
Experts have issued a warning regarding the third wave. Emphasizing on essential and responsible travel, experts said that the increase in the number of tourists and mass gatherings for social, political or religious reasons could increase the cases of infection.
This could make a possible third wave situation in some states alarming. Let us tell you that the situation in Kerala, Andhra Pradesh in the country is still worrying. While the government is also cautious about Maharashtra.
Researchers from ICMR and Imperial College London have said in their joint research that such travel plans can invite the third wave of corona in India.
The transition may be at the highest level in February-March 2022
According to research, India has once again been warned about the great danger of corona next year. According to this, the corona infection is expected to be at the highest level between February and March.
Let us tell you that this research was published last month in the journal Travel Medicine. In this, it has been calculated whether due to roaming there may be a third wave of corona virus infection in India.
According to media reports, ICMR Director General Balram Bhargava is also involved in this research as a researcher.
The researchers said a holiday period could increase the likelihood of a possible third wave by up to 103 percent and that infection cases in that wave could increase by 43 percent.
Researchers have assessed the first and second wave of corona virus infection in a state like Himachal Pradesh through mathematical models.
According to the researchers, the second wave was more severe, but it was less deadly in smaller states with less population. Along with this, Corona reached its peak later in major tourist destinations like Himachal Pradesh.
Data from Himachal Pradesh shows that tourism can increase the population by 40 per cent during the normal holiday season. The researchers said that taking this into account, the peak of the third wave during the holiday season could increase by 47 percent compared to the easing of restrictions in normal times, and this situation could come two weeks earlier.
strict adherence to corona rules
According to experts, to avoid the third wave, the corona rules should be strictly followed at tourist places.