From the leaked report, it can be estimated how much havoc Corona has caused in China. These figures are completely different from the NHC’s public figures. The Chinese health department reported only 62,592 new Covid cases in the first 20 days of December instead of 250 million.
Corona cases are increasing at an alarming rate in China. Due to the increasing number of corona patients in China, India is also worried. Five patients of the BF.7 type, which gives an explosive form to Corona in China, have also come to light in India.
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Comforting information from experts
Manindra Agrawal, principal of IIT Kanpur, the country’s leading data expert monitoring the situation of Kovid-19, has given comforting information about the possibility of an increase in the spread of the virus in the country. Manindra Agarwal’s team first calculated the three waves of Covid-19 and its peak. They have predicted when the wave of corona will come and how many people will be affected by it, when it will peak and when the corona will subside.
Manindra Agarwal, who predicted all the three corona waves in the country, said that the situation in India and China is completely different. China has not faced the second wave of Covid-19 in India. Therefore, Natural Immunity could not be created there, whereas in India almost 98 percent natural immunity has been created.
Not only this, India has 3 tiers of security for Covid-19. First is natural or herd immunity, second is India’s potent vaccine and third is a booster dose of vaccine. According to Manindra Agarwal, China has lagged behind in all three. According to Manindra Agarwal, there may be a slight increase in corona cases in India, but there will be no surge.
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There is no threat to India
Talking about the BF7 variant, this variant arrived in India only in July and so far the variant has not suffered any damage. Both vaccines and natural immunity in India seem to have the potential to counteract it. In such a situation, there may be a rise in cases in the country, but there will be no surge, so there is nothing to worry about. Aggarwal also said that although the government will implement the necessary Covid protocol as a precautionary measure, there is no possibility of a China-like situation in India.