Hyderabad: Once again, cases of Coronavirus infection have started increasing across the country. Meanwhile, a senior physicist, who was the Pro Vice Chancellor of Hyderabad University, has made a frightening claim that the third wave of COVID-19 in India has probably started from July 4.
fluctuation in daily death load
Dr the last 463 days in the country to develop a special way of studying the statistics of the number of infection cases and deaths him. Vipin Srivastava ( Vipin Srivastava ) said on July 4, looks like the first week of February this year, That’s when the second wave started. According to the analysis of the scientist, whenever the daily death load from infection moves from increasing trend to decreasing trend or vice versa , there is a sharp fluctuation in Daily Death Load ( DDL ).
New corona cases started increasing from July 4
Srivastava specifically calculated the ratio of the number of cases of infection to death in a 24-hour period and the number of new patients under treatment in the same period and named it DDL. He said, ‘We saw this volatility in DDL starting towards the end of the first week of February. However, at that time the number of deaths due to infection was in the order of 100 or less and we were under the illusion of the end of the epidemic. But later the situation turned dire. Srivastava said that the beginning of a similar trend can be seen from July 4.
37154 new corona patients found in 24 hours
According to the latest data released by the Union Health Ministry on Monday, after 37,154 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in India in a day, the number of infected people in the country increased to 3,08,74,376. At the same time, the number of people who have become infection free in the country has crossed 3 crores. According to the ministry, after the death of 724 more people in the country, the death toll increased to 4,08,764. The number of active cases has come down to 4,50,899, which is 1.46 percent of the total cases. In the last 24 hours, there has been a total decrease of 3,219 in active cases. The national rate of recovery of patients is 97.22 percent.
‘Now we must hope and pray’
Dr. Srivastava said, ‘We should now only hope and pray that DDL remains negative.’ He said that after seeing the frightening form of the second wave, the public and the administration will have to be extra careful, and any doubt about the start of a new wave will have to be very cautious. However, he said that too much negative DDL is also not good as it indicates that the number of new patients is gaining momentum in the same period as compared to the number of patients recovering in 24 hours.