India's fourth Covid-19 wave in June?
More than 11 million Covid-19 cases were reported in the second week of March along with 43,000 deaths. Germany and South Korea reported their highest daily caseload since the begng of the pandemic. Is India next on this list of outbreaks?
Going back to normalcy seemed reasonable at the time, because omicron seemed somewhat benigne, relative to the previous variants. It looked like the one "we could live with". So whats going on now? Why so many hospitalizations & deaths? No detailed info lately on variants.
I feel booster doses should be allowed to be taken voluntarily
As someone else has pointed out, Germany hasnt lifted all restrictions yet.
Got to keep up that fear. Now we are booking covid outbreaks, what’s the date?
I often wonder what would have been the reaction by the West if this pandemic has originated from India !
India handled it better than anyone...kudos to large health care work force...may be no country has such a huge number of Drs, nurses, etc
unless they come up with a new deadlier version.
Some facts, Denmark did not follow anyone, they lifted restrictions first.
- Denmark lifted legal restrictions first from Feb 1.
- UK followed suit and lifted all restrictions on Feb 24.
What's happening over there? We have forgotten about covid over here. May God heal you all. Stay safe!
I so desperately wanted 2020 to end then 2021. Welcomed 2022 wholeheartedly now i seem to have lost all my enthusiasm
Covid is like a toxc gf, it comes and go anytime she wants.
The question is are the vaccines hel in any way? I think its a Big no. Vaccination is just way out to 'forcibly establish' that we have found a solution to Covid-19.
Don’t be that worry about getting positive! I, 56 Year old got it last month. After 5 days -negative. Same my wife. Both not vaccinated. Happy about not taking the vaccine.
Africa is doing well because we don't care about the hype, we deal with what we got and truth be told covid actually only seems to kill mostly the privileged population.
I am not saying that we don't have infections, we have a good amount of that but a very small percentage gets hospitalized.
I really think that the urban way of life in these modern times are the real reason covid is wng.
Govt must accelerate vaccinations with booster dose for all. Set up more labs for testing.
I m desperate for WFH.. good to have mild non fatal corona in India every 3 months... Would avoid going to office and rather like WFH setup. Hope this pandemic (non fatal) lasts atleast 10 years ...
I just want WFH to continue
How many waves are there ? Is there any limit ?
Ah shit ! Here we go again.
Life is hard
Australia is nearly 99% vaccinated and the Covid is travelling though the country faster that before the vaccine..
We ain't building a damn piano
My boss still doesn't know what covid is after three years
Smritam Rana Pradhan
The fatality is low, it had become endemic.
"This pandemic is not over"
So it was just a begng
it's already started spreading in India, it just not disclosed to the public to take any preventive action as the last time during delta.
From next month, our offices will ceases WFH. I am worried. My niece has started going to school and she is under 12, cannot be vaccinated yet . Hope, the 4th wave June doesn't come true.
Wait, why exactly were we vaccinated??
Its going to keep mutating ! but it needs to be careful not to kill too many people because then it can't jump person to person.
who HASNT had covid yet lol, its part of normal conversation now...
A Darkling's Hope!
Could it have to do with vaccines? Maybe they can activate the virus with a device through some network like 5G?
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Moms are dying to send kids to school
Very funny, now politicians can predict when covid will come back.
You are still required to wear masks in public places in Germany