COVID Third Wave Likely to Hit India in September, Says AIIMS Chief Dr Guleria; Suggests Graded Opening of Classes For Students

COVID Third Wave Likely to Hit India in September, Says AIIMS Chief Dr Guleria; Suggests Graded Opening of Classes For Students

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New Delhi: Days after saying that third wave can hit India in six to eight weeks if COVID-appropriate behaviour is not followed, AIIMS Director Dr Randeep Guleria on Thursday said the third wave is likely to strike the country in September-October as several states have lifted restrictions and people have started travelling from place to place.

Speaking to News18, Dr Guelria said Covid-appropriate behaviour is not being followed as it should have been and a lot of opening up and travelling is happening across the country. He said by September, the country may see a surge in coronavirus cases.


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