With the second wave of COVID-19 already reaching its height, an IIT-based mathematical analysis by Kanpur sciences predicted that in October 2021, India would encounter the third wave of COVID-19.
IIT scientists have used the mathematical model formula to perform this analysis and say that in Maharashtra COVID-19 has already peaked and is beginning to decline in cases, as Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Gujarat, and West Bengal are already peaked and are beginning to decline soon. The results of these reports have already been released.
The study shows that Uttar Pradesh can register up to 35,000 cases a day, in Delhi 30,000 cases a day, in West Bengal 11,000 cases, in Rajasthan 10,000 cases, and in Bihar 9,000 cases a day at the top in each of the respective states.
In particular, the second COVID-19 wave is expected in July, according to IT-Kanpur Professor Maninde Agarwal.
It was noticed that a third wave may start from October after the analysis of COVID-19 data from the sample. However, it is impossible to foresee the effect of this third wave.
On Sunday the central government released a Mucormycosis Advice, a fungal infection was observed in COVID-19 patients with unregulated diabetes and an ICU. The government said the fungal infection affects citizens who are receiving medicines that decrease their capacity to combat environmental pathogens.
In the last 24 hours of testing, 14,74,606 samples were collected, with almost four lakh samples tested during the previous 24 hours, according to the Health Minister’s results. For the first time in one month, regular infections fell below 50,000 in Maharashtra, a state with the largest caseload.