Big Reveal From SBI Reports: Second Wave Of Corona To Peak In April - Newztezz Online


Thursday, March 25, 2021

Big Reveal From SBI Reports: Second Wave Of Corona To Peak In April

New Delhi: 
 Corona Cases Have Gained Momentum In The Country At This Time. In Such A Situation, A Report By The State Bank Of India (SBI) Said That India Has Been Seeing An Increase In Daily New Cases Of COVID-19 Since February And It Clearly Shows The Second Wave. The Report Said That The Second Wave, Which Started From April 15, Can Continue For About 100 Days.

The Number Of Cases In The Second Wave Can Go Up To 2.5 Million (Based On Data Trends Up To 23 March). The 28-Page Report Stated That Localized Lockdowns Or Restrictions Are Ineffective And That The Only Way To Win The Fight Against The Corona Epidemic Is To Increase The Speed Of Vaccination.

It Said That During The First Wave, India Could Reach The Peak In The Second Half Of April Keeping In View The Number Of Days From The Current Level Of Daily New Cases To The Peak Level.

Focusing On Economic Indicators, The SBI Report Noted That The Business Activity Index Based On High Frequency Indicators Declined Last Week. Because The Effect Of Lockdown Or Sanctions Imposed By Some States May Be Visible Next Month.

The Report Also Calls For Increased Vaccination Speed In States. The Increase In Immunization From The Current 34 Lakh To 40–45 Lakh Per Day Means That The Immunization Of Citizens Above 45 Years Of Age Can Be Completed In Four Months From Now.

Data From The Union Health Ministry Showed That In India Today, 53,476 New Corona Virus Cases Were Reported In A Single Day, The Highest In Five Months.

The Ministry Of Health Said On Wednesday That A New "Double Mutant Variant" Of The Corona Virus Has Been Found In 18 States Of The Country, Which Have Also Been Found Abroad.

ICMR Director General Balaram Bhargava Said On Wednesday, "As We Are Witnessing The Initial Second Wave And Completing More Than A Year In Our Fight Against The Virus, We Should Focus On Wearing Masks And Vaccinations. "

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