May 6 2021 India is currently suffering from a second wave of Covid-19. However, Indian media pointed out that the country’s third wave of outbreaks will also be inevitable, it is likely to pose a danger to children.
K Vijay Raghavan, the government’s chief scientific adviser, said Friday that although the time frame is unclear, a third wave of outbreaks in India is inevitable and must be prepared for a new wave, according to india’s Zeenews news website. The comments drew the attention of the Indian media.
In response, Indian experts believe that the third wave of outbreaks is likely to adversely affect the child population. Indian media quoted experts as saying that in India, the first wave of the pandemic affected the elderly, the second wave of the pandemic affected more young people, while the third wave of the outbreak is very dangerous for children, this age group is also the most vulnerable to coronavirus infection.