Pune: Maharashtra’s Health Minister Rajesh Tope conveyed to the public that the country might go through a mild third wave of COVID-19 in December.
According to PTI, “The third wave is expected to be mild and medical oxygen and ICU beds will not be required.”
According to Tope’s statement, it seems the pandemic’s third wave will not be as ghastly as the second wave. The shortage of oxygen and ICU beds will not arise during the new wave.
Adding to this, Maharashtra Congress has written to CM of Maharashtra Uddhav Thackeray to request Rs 4 lakh as compensation for the kin who lost their families to the COVID-19 virus in the state.
As the situations are going back to normal again with the mass of Indians being vaccinated, the third wave is expected to be mild. There has not been any talk of lockdowns till now.
Source: India Today