Corona may strike again in monsoon, second round likely in July-August
Updates : Corona may strike again in monsoon, second round likely in July-August
New Delhi: After remaining quiet for several days after the lockdown was lifted, Corona in India may raise its head again in July or August. Scientists fear that cases of the virus will increase again during the monsoon season. The entire basis of the second round of virus attacks depends on how social distance is maintained in India after the lockdown is completed and how the spread of infection is controlled.
Speaking to PTI, an associate professor in the Department of Mathematics at Shiv Nadar Uni, he said that the number of new cases registered in the country on a daily basis would continue to decline from time to time, and no increase would be seen for weeks or weeks. However, even in such a situation, a second round of corona virus attacks is likely to occur.
The second round of the virus may occur in July or August during the monsoon. However, its peak time is on how we maintain social distance in the post-lockdown period. Rajesh Sundares, a professor at the Indian Institute of Science (IISC) in Bengaluru, has also agreed to this mathematical model.
There was also a one-fold increase in cases when China also lifted the lockdown and eased restrictions on travel. In India too, the incidence of infection may increase after the lockdown opens. The government had declared a nationwide lockdown on March 25 when 618 cases of corona and 13 deaths were reported in India, and it was extended till May 3. As of April 24, 718 people have died of corona in the country, while 23,077 people have been infected.