The variety of new coronavirus instances and deaths have declined within the final three weeks because the unfold of the pandemic has stabilised in a lot of the states, Niti Aayog Member VK Paul mentioned on Sunday, however, he added, that chance of a second wave of infections within the winter season.
Mr Paul, who can also be the chief of an professional panel coordinating efforts to sort out the pandemic within the nation, in an interview to PTI mentioned that when the COVID-19 vaccine is accessible, there can be sufficient assets to ship in addition to make it accessible to the residents.
“In India, the new coronavirus cases and number of deaths have declined in the last three weeks and the pandemic has stabilised in most of the states
“However, there are 5 states (Kerala, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and West Bengal) and 3-4 Union Territories (UTs), the place there’s nonetheless a rising pattern,” Mr Paul said.
He is heading the National Expert Group on Vaccine Administration for COVID-19 (NEGVAC).
According to him, India is in a somewhat better position now but the country still has a long way to go because 90 per cent of the people are still susceptible to coronavirus infections.
On whether India could see a second wave of coronavirus infections in the winter, Mr Paul said that with the onset of winter, countries across Europe are seeing resurgence of COVID-19 cases.
“We can not rule out (a second coronavirus wave this winter in India). Things can occur and we’re nonetheless studying in regards to the virus,” Mr Paul famous.