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Corona Third Wave: Indian scientist Ram Upadhyay claims third wave of corona possible within six months

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Corona Third Wave: Indian scientist Ram Upadhyay claims third wave of corona possible within six months

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Lucknow: Regarding the third wave of Coronavirus, people are speculating that it may come by the month of September. However, Sweden (SwedenRam Upadhyay, resident of ) and Indian scientist working in Corona case (Ram Upadhyay) has claimed that the interval between the first and second wave in India has been around 6 months. If no new variant is found, then the third wave of corona virus is likely to arrive within three to six months. However, by then India will be in a good place because according to the current pace of vaccination, 20 to 30 percent of the people have been vaccinated. With the speed of vaccination, the chances of this third wave will be further reduced. Corona Update: 1,14,460 new cases of corona were reported in the country in the last 24 hours, the lowest number in 60 days

In a special conversation with IANS, scientist Ram Upadhyay said that out of the total adult population (88 crore) in India, 17 to 27 crore adults would have been vaccinated by then. Apart from this, about 2.6 crores who have come under the grip of Corona so far. In this also, about 2.07 crore who have been affected in the second wave, are likely to remain immune for about 6 months. Those who were corona positive in the first wave, their anti-bodies would be likely to end by the third wave.

He told that in the first wave where 0.56 crore people were corona positive, in the second wave this number has been 4 to 5 times more. So even if we remove the people affected by the first wave, even after 6 months from now about 20 to 300 million people will have anti-bodies. Therefore, if no new strain emerges, then it can be assumed that the third wave will either remain the same as the second wave or it will be lighter than that. In the coming time, there will be many small waves like this and eventually the epidemic will stop.

They believe that as the virus has the nature of causing different mutations and the vaccination that produces antibodies for a short duration, achieving herd immunity in India is a difficult task. That is why it is most important that we make distance between ourselves, wearing masks and cleanliness our habit.

The scientist said that the arrival and spread of the new strain proves most scientific predictions wrong. It is believed that the third wave has started in England with the same strain which was also found in India. It will be interesting to see how the third wave behaves in England, as 40 percent of people there have received both doses of the vaccine, while 60 percent have received a single dose. Based on the impact of the third wave in England, India can not only make its plan to stop the third wave but can also prepare.

One thing is coming out in India that the third wave will affect children more, on which Prof Ram says that one thing has to be clearly understood that Kovid 19 can infect anyone. Since a large number of people in India have become Kovid 19 positive, due to this the number of children being positive has also increased. However, it has not been seen that the number of children being positive is more than proportionate.

In the second wave, there have been positive cases in the whole house, which was not there in the first wave. According to a report by UNICEF, there have been fewer cases of children becoming more ill than Kovid in India where children had to be hospitalized. According to the data collected from India and all over the world, infection in children has been mild. Of the total affected children, 60 to 70 percent of the children have not shown any symptoms of Kovid and among those children who have shown any symptoms of Kovid, only 1 to 2 percent of the children have needed treatment in the ICU.

It has been proved in new research that children spread the virus less than adults. T cells are a part of the immune system in the child’s body, which work to recognize any virus coming in the body during life time. The special thing is that the study has also proved that the virus is more transmitted in children than in adults because they have less amount of ACE2 receptor in their nose, which the virus uses, to enter. . Due to weak vaccination campaign, there will be more danger in the third wave in the village. There is a need to improve the medical infrastructure in India by taking lessons from the second wave. Ram Upadhyay is the CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of Hyderabad-based Laxai Life Sciences Pvt Ltd and Chief Scientist of Om Oncology, USA. Upadhyay is originally from Agra and is currently living in Sweden to expand the company to America, Europe and Scandinavian countries.

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Delhi High Court: Court defers release of three activists accused of Delhi riots

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New Delhi, June 17 : A Delhi court on Wednesday deferred the release of February 2020 riots accused activists Devangana Kalita, Natasha Narwal and Asif Iqbal Tanha, who were granted bail by the Delhi High Court on June 15. . After the High Court granted bail to the three accused, they moved the trial court seeking their immediate release as of 1 pm. The High Court had fixed the time limit. He has also been ordered to be released on a personal bond of Rs 50,000 each and two sureties of like amount.

Karkardooma Court Additional Sessions Judge Ravinder Bedi said the court would pass the order at 11 am on Thursday. It had sought a verification report from the Delhi Police, posting the matter for Wednesday. On Wednesday, the investigating officer sought more time from the court to verify the addresses of the accused and their sureties. The counsel representing the accused submitted before the court that the verification report was not filed despite time being given to the investigating officer. After hearing the arguments of both the sides, the court reserved the order. Also read: Tragic accident in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur, car returning from procession fell in Baya river, 3 people died

Granting bail to the three accused, a High Court bench comprising Justices Siddharth Mridul and Anoop Jairam Bhambhani said, “We are constrained to express that it appears that in the concern of suppressing dissent, there is a constitutionally guaranteed opportunity to protest.” The line between authority and terrorist activity seems to be blurring. If this mindset gets a boost, it will be a sad day for democracy. Meanwhile, Delhi Police has filed an appeal in the Supreme Court challenging the bail granted by the Delhi High Court to the three activists, seeking a stay of the order.

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6 Naxalites killed in Andhra Pradesh campaign

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6 Naxalites killed in Andhra Pradesh campaign

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Visakhapatnam, June 17 : Andhra Pradesh Police killed six Naxalites – three men and three women – in the Tigalametta forest area of ​​Visakhapatnam district on Wednesday morning. A police officer said, a search operation was launched to nab the extremists on receiving credible information about Naxal activities in Tigalametta forest area of ​​Mampa police station area of ​​Visakhapatnam district. There was a gunfight between the police and the Maoists around 10 am, in which six Maoists were killed.

Police have identified the slain Maoists as Arjun (DCM), Ashok (DCM), Santu Nachika (ACM), Lalita (PM), Paik (PM), while a woman Maoist could not be identified. Some of the injured Maoists seem to have survived, while the police have appealed to them to surrender by assuring them of the best possible medical treatment, the official said. Also read: Tragic accident in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur, car returning from procession fell in Baya river, 3 people died

Visakhapatnam district superintendent of police B. Krishna Rao also appealed to the Maoists to surrender and promised all benefits as per the existing policy. The encounter took place around Koyuru area of ​​Mampa police station area and the search operation is going on. Andhra Pradesh Director General of Police, Gautam Sawang said that the police had launched a search operation in the area after getting credible inputs. Police have recovered one AK-47 rifle, a self-loading rifle, a carbine, literature, kit bag and explosive material from the site of the operation.

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Traumatic accident in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur, car returning from procession fell in Baya river, 3 people died

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Car fell into Baya river in Muzaffarpur, 3 killed and 3 people rescued

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