‘Much safer now’: Is India past the worst of COVID pandemic?

‘Much safer now’: Is India past the worst of COVID pandemic?

‘Much safer now’: Is India past the worst of COVID pandemic?

Aljazeera says On Tuesday, India reported 7,579 coronavirus cases – the lowest rise in 543 days, despite huge festival gatherings in recent weeks.

“Even after [Hindu festival of] Diwali, we are not seeing a surge,” Dr M D Gupte, former director of National Institute of Epidemiology, was quoted as saying in media reports, attributing it mainly to the presence of antibodies in a huge majority of Indians through natural infection.

“I think we are much safer now,” Gupte said.

According to government surveys, nearly 70 percent of Indians were naturally infected by July, following a record rise in infections and deaths during a brutal second wave in April and May.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/11/24/india-worst-covid-pandemic-third-wave-coronavirus-health


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