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Covid 3rd wave: CORONA 3rd wave symptoms? Has it arrived? Latest projection reports.

 The World Health Organization announced this week that the world is experiencing the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. The WHO warning is also India with a red alert as the Union health minister stated this week that there has been a slowdown in the number of Covid-19 cases. In certain areas of India, the Covid-19 situation is still alarming, such as the northeast, Kerala and Maharashtra.

In many countries, the number of Coronavirus-infected people is on the rise. Not to be overlooked is the fact that many people who have had both of these doses infected them. The possibility of a third round is also a concern. According to the Central government and health experts, the next three months will be crucial.

In many areas of Afghanistan, there were also significant challenges during the first wave of the third-wave. These included a shortage of diagnostic kits and healthcare personnel to collect samples from suspected persons. Extreme poverty in remote areas has also had a negative effect on the provision of healthcare services and coverage.10 During the third wave, many people in Afghanistan who were vaccinated with COVID-19 have not been able to receive the next dose because of a shortage of vaccines.

The government, civil society, healthcare workers, and other stakeholders, including the international community, should improve the effectiveness of infection prevention/control strategies based on the lessons learned from previous waves. This will help to control such a massive crisis. It might take several months to vacinate large numbers of people required for herd immunity, despite the fact that the vaccine initiative was launched. The importance of non-pharmaceutical interventions can't be overlooked. To reduce infection transmission rates and the resulting damages, we must still rely heavily on infection prevention protocols. Public awareness campaigns must be maintained to maintain support for government policies.

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