Sunday, February 5, 2023

Covid-19 In India: Dr. Guleria said – there is no need for restrictions in the country, BHU scientist gave relief information

in some countries Corona’s worsening situation In India, fear is clearly visible among the people. As a precautionary measure, the government, closely monitoring the situation, has given instructions for genome sequencing of the cases. Testing has also been increased in the country. Health experts are constantly appealing to all the people to follow the Covid Appropriate Behavior. Experts say that at present the situation in India is quite controlled, people do not need to panic.

Dr. Randeep Guleria, former director of AIIMS, says, looking at the current Kovid scenario in India, there is no need to ban international flights or impose lockdown at the moment.

In a conversation with news agency PTI, Dr. Guleria said, ‘Hybrid immunity’ is being seen in Indian people, so even if the infection increases here, there should be no need for serious cases or patients to be admitted to hospitals. However, all people need to continuously follow the preventive measures. By taking a few precautions, we can reduce the risk of another wave of infection. The Indian population already has hybrid immunity due to good vaccination coverage and natural infection, so people should not panic.

Do not be negligent in preventive measures

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Dr. Neeraj Gupta, Department of Pulmonary, Critical Care at Safdarjung Hospital says, “We need to be alert in advance in view of increasing cases of Kovid-19 in China and some other countries. Measures such as Covid appropriate behavior such as wearing a mask, hand hygiene and social distancing can be helpful in preventing the spread of infection in India.

The way we have controlled Covid in the past years, due to vaccination and infection, better immunity is being seen in people, so there is no need to worry.

Things like China will not happen in India

In conversation with Amar Ujala, Banaras Hindu University Researcher Professor Dnyaneshwar Choubey (Cytogenetics Lab, Department of Zoology), says that the nature of Omicron BF.7 is being seen in the studies, the possibility of serious diseases or hospitalization in Indian people is very low. In the last three waves of Corona, a large population of the country has been cured after getting infected, apart from this, vaccination and booster doses have also been given to most of the people in the country as a protective measure, which is helpful in protecting them from the complications caused by these variants. In such a situation, there is no doubt that there will be a situation like China in India.
Memory cells are very effective in Indians

Professor Choubey explains, due to natural infection and vaccination, memory (T cells) are being seen to be very effective in Indian people, which increase the risk of infection and serious disease in the body through immune response in case of infection with mutated variants. would be helpful in reducing

Since BF.7 is a mutated version of Omicron itself, these memory cells are able to easily identify these variants and protect the body from the danger caused by it. This is also a situation that makes Indian people more secure.

Eligible people take booster dose

Dr. NK Arora, chairman of the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization (NTAGI), has appealed people to take booster doses of the vaccine for added protection. He said that it is very important for all people to keep protecting against Corona, eligible people should take booster dose of vaccine. The third dose may be especially beneficial in reducing the risk of severe disease in case of infection along with further strengthening the immune system.

At present the situation in India is quite under control, people need not panic. We can reduce the risk of infection by promoting preventive measures and vaccination.


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