Famous vaccine expert Gagandeep Kang has said that the current increase in coronavirus cases may come down from the middle of May to the end. Kang said that there may be one or two more upsurge in corona virus cases, but perhaps it will not be as bad as the current era. He said that at the moment it is going to those areas where it has not reached last year i.e. making the middle class a victim, the rural area has its footsteps but the chances of the virus continuing. Eliminating the fear about vaccines, he said that they are effective and there is a need to expedite the vaccination campaign. Kang expressed concern over the decline in the corona virus investigation and said that the proportion of cases (covid-19) is much higher than the data obtained from the investigation.
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In response to a question in a webinar organized by the Indian Women’s Press Corps, “According to various models (the most accurate estimates of cases coming down) are somewhere between the middle of the month and the end.” Although according to some models it will be in early June, but according to what we are seeing, it is (estimated) from the middle of May to the end. ”
Regarding the inference about the waves of the virus, Kang said that anyone can use the (virus’s) type of characterization and various factors of the epidemic to predict what is going to happen in a particular place, provided that The data should be available at the level of the mathematical model pane.
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When asked about the future of this virus, he said, “It will be really weather like bad flu virus. It will become more relative to the weather, it will cool down and that people will gain a certain level of immunity due to repeated immunity and vaccination. ”
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