August 24, 2021
Research shows India’s risk of contracting coronavirus rises to 600,000 a day if vaccination is not expedited.
Data from the latest research indicates that India could have 600,000 more COVID-19 cases a day if vaccinations are not accelerated to contain a third outbreak.
National Disaster Management Institute (NIDM) predicts that India may face a new wave of outbreaks in October.
However, the daily number of infections could drop to 200,000 if the government can implement the planned 10 million doses per day of vaccination. The report is based on research by Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Energy University and the university. Nirma University
The NIDM recommends allocating beds for patients and vaccinating at-risk groups to prevent a second wave of severe outbreaks, which entered the crisis in May. until more than 250,000 deaths
Other analysts also expect a new wave of outbreaks to emerge in the coming weeks. Although most forecasts indicate that The new outbreak will not be as severe as the previous one.
The Indian government faces widespread criticism over its response to the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
An India Today poll showed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s approval rating dropped to 24 percent in August from 66 percent from a year ago. The vaccination rate in India is now 9% of the population.