Covid-19 Third Wave : A scientist involved in mathematical modeling of the COVID-19 pandemic has said on August 30, 2021 that the third wave of the pandemic may reach its peak in India between October and November.
If more virulent mutants emerge than existing ones by September 2021, there will be an increase in COVID-19 cases. However, its intensity is expected to be much less than that of the second wave.
Mahindra Agarwal, an IIT-Kanpur scientist who is a part of a three-member-team of experts and has been asked to predict any increase in COVID-19 infections, has pointed out that, if If no new virus emerges, there is likely to be little change in the situation.
If the third wave of COVID-19 reaches its peak in India, then India may see only 01 lakh daily cases, whereas in May, 2021 when the second wave of the epidemic was at its peak, more than 04 lakh cases daily Were gone. The second wave of corona virus in our country had killed thousands of people and infected several lakhs.