The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that a recent risk assessment on India’s condition has found that there are several possible factors responsible for the ‘increase’ in cases of Kovid-19 in the country, including ‘various There is also a huge crowd involved in religious and political programs, due to which social interaction with the people increased. ‘
The WHO said in its weekly Kovid-19 update report related to the pandemic published on Wednesday that the first case of the B1.617 form of the virus was revealed in October 2020. Accordingly, ‘The increasing cases and deaths of Kovid-19 in India have raised questions about the important role of other forms of virus including the B1.617 pattern.’
The report said that a recent risk assessment conducted by the World Health Organization on India’s condition found that Kovid-19 cases in the country had a number of potential factors responsible for ‘growth and resurgence’, including SARS. The spread of various voices of COV-2 also played an important role. Similarly, ‘social gathering of people increased due to the huge gathering in various religious and political programs.’
In addition, lack of adherence to Public Health and Social Measures (PHMS) was also responsible for the current situation. However, how much of each of these factors was responsible for the increase in the spread of the virus in India? It is not understood very well right now.