Are the horrors of Corona in India like Britney? Learn what AIIMS Chief said


Corona virus outbreak is being seen once again in India. There are record cases of corona in the country every day. Due to which the administration’s concern has increased. Several steps are being taken to fight Corona. Meanwhile, talking about the corona virus, AIIMS director Randeep Guleria has said that the reason behind the surge in corona cases in the country is the new strain. He said the situation is exactly like Britain. During Christmas, Britain was also undergoing a mutation of the virus.

Let me tell you that Dr. Randeep Gulekia said in conversation with NDTV, there is an upsurge in Corona cases in the country around Holi as the same situation is being seen again. He also said that there may be a variant that is making the virus more contagious. He further said that there is no data to prove this does not mean that there is no evidence that the surge in cases is related to corona virus mutations.

In further conversation, Dr. Guleria said that it is logical that there is a certain reason behind the sudden rise in cases which is making the virus contagious. Regarding the vaccine, AIIMS Chief said that with the vaccine we need to reach people, there is a need to devise a strategy in which we can reach people and give them vaccines. But in such a situation we will need to take care of every adverse effect of the vaccine.


Dr. Guleria told that the serum institute that manufactures vaccines in India and Bharat Biotak is now considering making a dose that can be used for children as well. The need is for the children, only then the children can be sent to school.

The country is seeing an increase in Corona cases every day, the administration is taking strict steps to fight Corona. Lockdown and other restrictions have been imposed in many states. The third phase of vaccination from terror has started in the whole country. In which all people above 45 years of age will be vaccinated.



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