“We are at the beginning of the third wave of COVID-19 pandemic. A serosurvey conducted by PGIMER, Chandigarh among 2700 children shows 71 per cent of them have developed antibodies. It shows children won't be affected disproportionately during the third wave,” the PGIMER director said.,damir dzumhur
free blackjack online,Dr Jagat Ram further noted that the serosurvey conducted in Maharashtra and Delhi shows that about 50-75 per cent of children have developed antibodies so the third wave of coronavirus will affect children disproportionately.
"About 69 per cent to 73 per cent of children have developed antibodies. On average 71 per cent of samples have developed antibodies. We know that there are no vaccines available for children so the antibodies have developed due to COVID-19 infection. So I don't think, the third wave will affect children," the PGIMER director said.,poker pics
The PGIMER director said that the peak of the third wave of COVID may be delayed. He appealed to people to follow protocols and wear masks and maintain social distancing at public places. Dr Ram further urged people to get themselves vaccinated against the virus.,pkl league
Currently, Covishield, COVAXIN and Sputnik V vaccine doses are being administered in the country. ,betdaq live cricket
casino royale goa ship price,In a landmark achievement, India’s COVID-19 vaccination coverage crossed the 75 crore milestone on September 13, 2021. Union Health Minister Shri Mansukh Mandaviya lauded the entire country for the achievement of 75 crore landmark milestone.
bet365中国站,The World Health Organization also congratulated India for accelerating COVID-19 vaccination and achieving the 75 crore mark.