Coronavirus: Facts Vs Myths | India is now reporting over 40 cases of the Delta plus variant. The strain is now in nine countries, US, UK, Portugal, Switzerland, Japan, Poland, Russia and China besides India. Like the Delta variant, the Delta Plus is also considered highly infectious and may show resistance to existing treatment protocol for Covid. There are concerns over the efficacy of vaccines against the Delta Plus variant. NDTV speaks to experts on whether the spread of the Delta Plus variant could trigger India’s third wave? About Us: NDTV brings you unbiased and comprehensive coverage of news and entertainment programmes in India and abroad. NDTV delivers reliable information across all platforms: TV, Internet and Mobile.

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By earmpy

13 thoughts on “Could Delta Plus Variant Trigger India's Third Wave? | Coronavirus: Facts Vs Myths”
  1. Delta plus variant is spanning over the country, in the prevalent situation why is the UPSC not postponing Engineering services examination scheduled on 18th July which will lead to lakhs of students traveling across countrywide and risking life? Kindly pursue this story as there has been a huge demand amongst the concerned aspirants to postpone the exam, and resultant uproar on Twitter.

  2. Disinfection 💦👐🏻
    by pure alcohol💦 🙌🏻

    Sick people stay Home ⚠️



    Test test test ☣️
    (Use PCR test to sequence)


    Partial Lockdown

    Very simple 🤵🏼‍♂️

  3. As mutations will happen very infinitely,lockdown is not solution for this.Mask,social distance is enough to get protected from any variants and future variants also. THIS virus will be there for 3-5 years.

  4. As soon as positive ratio of tests to patients crosses 5%, lockdown should be imposed.
    Close down of gyms, public gatherings, ceremonies, rallies, protest marches, reduction in timings of shops needed, public transport likes buses, railways, air travel should be stopped.

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