All you need to know about Corona New Variant

Corona vaccine came as a blessing for us. But, nobody can forget the second wave of the corona. One should take care and ensure that everyone is vaccinated and protected.

Coronavirus has been showing its effect in India for almost a year. During the first wave of the corona, there was an increase in the cases of corona-infected people. However, with the passage of time, there was a decrease in the number of infected cases. But after the second wave of corona in the year 2021, the cases of infected people suddenly started increasing, the reason behind which was given to new variants of the corona.

Most of the cases increasing after the second wave of corona were found due to its variants, whose treatment was not found by the doctors. Through the vaccination campaign run by the central government, lakhs of crores of people in the country have been given vaccines fighting against the coronavirus, after which there was a decrease in the cases of the corona.

Let us tell you that although the effect of the second wave of the corona is gradually decreasing, the cases of corona are increasing again in India, due to which it is feared that the third wave of corona may come soon. In the last 2 months, India has registered the highest number of corona infection cases on a daily basis.

Vaccination program 

The rate of people recovering from the coronavirus is 97.48 percent at the national level. On the other hand, if we talk about the vaccination campaign, then under this campaign run by the central government, vaccines are being given to capable people in every state to fight against corona.  According to the information given by the Ministry of Health, about 66 crore corona doses have been given to people in India so far. The target of vaccination in India seems to be being met even before the time given by the central government At the same time, to promote this campaign in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, people will be given the corona vaccine every day.  The state government of Madhya Pradesh will provide corona vaccines in every district hospital, community health center, medical college, hospital, and primary health center in its state.  If we do with the state of Uttar Pradesh of India, then the state government of UP is running a different campaign.  The state government of UP has announced that from September 7, a campaign called state-wide surveillance will be started, under which health workers will go door-to-door to investigate corona on the basis of symptoms of fever and find out the cases of infected people.

(Disclaimer: The content on this site is for informational purposes only, and should not be taken as professional medical advice. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other health professionals for any questions you may have regarding your health or a medical condition.)

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