Kovid’s third wave coming soon; In what state is it serious? IMA with warning

New Delhi: The Indian Medical Association (IMA) has said that there will soon be a third wave of Kovid in the country. The next three months are crucial for the country. The IMA also called on central and state governments to tighten controls on overcrowded tourist attractions and places of worship.

IMM also said the festival should be postponed as it requires extreme caution. There have been several reports that the third wave of Kovid in the country is likely to begin in the next three months. Meanwhile, Union Health Minister Mansook Mandav said the health ministry will focus on improving medical facilities in the next six months before the third wave. For this, a special package of 23 billion rupees will be reserved.

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Demand for Kovid concessions is strong, even in Kerala. Merchants and others in various parts of the state have come forward to demand concessions. Meanwhile, the IMA resurfaced, hinting at a third wave of Kovid.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold talks today with the chief ministers of the northeastern states of Assam, Nagaland, Tripura, Sikkim, Manipur, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram. The meeting was by videoconference.

The test’s positivity rate in the state is 9.14 according to data released by the Health Department on Monday. 1,11,093 people have been diagnosed with the disease and are still under treatment. There are currently 3,81,673 people under surveillance in various districts. Of these, 3,56,888 are under home / institutional quarantine and 24,785 are under hospital surveillance. 1862 people were recently admitted to the hospital.

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