The Second Wave of Corona epidemic in Pakistan will not be very deadly, Dr. Tahir Shams



55% of the population has made antibodies without getting sick. The situation in Pakistan is different from that in Europe and the United States. The first and second waves have also merged in India. Epidemiologist's talk

The second wave of corona epidemic in Pakistan will not come with intensity, Dr. Tahir ..

Epidemiologist Dr. Tahir Shamsi said that the second wave of corona in Pakistan will not come from the intensity, the second wave is less severe because 55% of the population without getting sick. Bodies have been formed, the situation in Pakistan is different from that in Europe and the United States. The first and second waves have also merged in India.

He said in a private TV program that the data given for 8 out of 10 days, if the first number reached 800 and came back to 600, when we had Corona Pack, 26,000 tests were done. We used to say 100,000 daily. There should have been a test. Now that children and teachers are being tested in schools, I do not think that the second wave of Corona will come very strongly in Pakistan, as we have seen in Europe, America, the first and second wave has also merged in India.

The reason is that the study we did in Karachi in the month of July, we observed the adult population. Research in the Oxford University Journal found that 36% of people had developed antibodies in July, without becoming ill. 55% of the population of Karachi has made antibodies without getting sick. We have a vaccine for dengue, measles and malaria. There have been reports of coronavirus outbreaks in areas where dengue was endemic.

On the other hand, after the opening of educational institutions and schools, corona cases are increasing, parents who are sending their children to school, parents are worried about the number of corona, parents are worried whether to send their children to school or not? Corona cases were also reported there. 404 new cases were reported on September 14, 665 on September 15, 752 cases on September 17, 645 cases on September 18, 640 cases on September 19, 633 cases on September 20, 796 cases on September 24, 566 new cases on September 25. In the first phase of the project, 8,000 to 10,000 people are being vaccinated and volunteers have been registered. The Pakistani people are more resilient than Asian countries.

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