Another wave of corona can be terrible during the festival, alerts AIIMS

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New Delhi : Corona infection is expected to spread faster during the festive season. Therefore, the administration has appealed to celebrate this festival with social distance and with proper cleanliness. During the festival, however, another wave of corona is expected to take a terrible turn. AIIMS Hospital has issued an alert in this regard.

Corona infection is on the rise in the capital Delhi. Discussions are underway on whether a third wave of corona will occur or what. The director of AIIMS, Dr. Randeep Guleria avoided discussing the third wave. “This is the second wave of corona and it could get even worse in the near future,” he said. This awful situation is due to people not following social distancing, not using masks and their non-compliance with guidelines. Guleria said corona infection was on the rise due to the negligence of citizens.

Corona infection is increasing more rapidly due to pollution. The coronavirus has been in the air for a long time due to pollution. If you ignore the use of masks, deadly coronavirus go directly into your body through the respiratory tract. Coronavirus directly affects your lungs. Corona is not over yet and citizens should not forget it. We have to pay attention to follow strict social distances and wear masks.

Guleria also said that the second wave of corona could be even more devastating if ignored. Concerns are also being raised about the increased risk during the coming festive season. Firecrackers are burned during Diwali days, which adds to the pollution. So coronavirus can stay in the air for a long time. An alert has been issued by AIIMS Hospital as citizens need to be vigilant.

AIIMS Director Dr Randeep Guleria says people should take special care during the festive season. He said those who have a mild infection can be re-infected. The virus begins to weaken the immune system. Because of this, the risk of infection is highest.

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