Maharashtra is asked to get ready for the Third wave of Covid 19


The health officials of Mumbai have asked the authorities to step up and prepare against the third wave of coronavirus. Though the lockdown eased less than a month ago after there has been a surge of Cornovairus cases, which killed thousands
Maharashtra, the second most populated state of India, had slowly started lifting the restrictions imposed because of the virus.
Rahul Pandit, a member of the state’s covid task force and is also the director of Fortis Hospital Mumbai, stated that they should have a clear plan and need to be prepared and ready for the next wave to come in the next few weeks.
He further stated that their efforts should work so that they can delay the wave and try and prevent it.
As per the medical experts of Reuters, the third wave of coronavirus is going to hit India by October; though it will be better than the last one, it will still be a public health threat in India for at least one year.
Maharashtra has been the epicenter of the second wave and is yet to emerge fully out of it.


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