Center, Prime Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal and his cabinet colleague Satiendra Jain learned last year to live with the coronavirus and said that preventive standards need to be part of our lives.
Cases of COVID-19 may be steadily declining, but experts say it is unlikely to reach the magical zero number in Delhi due to the mutated virus, and coronavirus is endemic in the future. I predict that it will decrease to illness.
Center, Prime Minister of Delhi Alvind Keziwar and his cabinet colleague Satiendra Jain learned last year to live with the coronavirus and said that preventive standards need to be part of our lives. Said.
Dr. Suresh Kumar, medical director at LNJP Hospital, said there are always several cases of the virus.
“Zero is an unlikely number. The virus is mutated and its future behavior is difficult to predict,” he said.
Dr. Sanjeev K Singh, Resident Medical Director of Amrita Hospital in Faridabad, explained why the virus posed such a challenge and said it was an mRNA virus that continues to change its structure.
“This virus is smart and keeps mutating just to live. COVID is there and may not affect all 193 countries, but it will be there.
“We can’t achieve zero. Hospitals undergoing surgery will need to be tested for hepatitis and HIV. Eventually, COVID will also be tested,” he said.
In vitro fertilization expert and founder Dr. Gauri Agarwal knows that eradicating the virus is an unrealistic possibility if the 1918 pandemic is maintained.
“COVID-19 will gradually become endemic, perhaps in 12 to 24 months, and may not be the statistics that are monitored on a daily basis, so although there may be zero reportable cases. , In fact, the number of cases will never be zero. “
With concerns about the possibility of a third wave and the emergence of DeltaPlus variants, experts have eased the fear that the potential wave is more deadly because the majority of the population is infected. ..
Dr. Rajesh Chaura, Senior Pulmonologist at Indraplasta Apollo, said: New Delhi hospital.
He emphasized that the coronavirus will become endemic in the next few days.
Agreeing with Chaura, Dr. Rommelticco, director of internal medicine at Max Healthcare, said we are still in the second wave of COVID.
“70% of cases are confined to Maharashtra and the southern states. In the states of North India, there was a sharp exponential increase and the virus steadily decreased as it infected a large number of people together. ..
“The majority of people are exposed to the virus and vaccination, which will slow down the effects of the virus,” he added. Tickoo said there may be spikes, but if the virus does not become multi-resistant and mutates, the third wave is less deadly than the second wave and less severe than the first wave. there is a possibility.