Religious and political programs in India have also led to the expansion of Kovid-19: WHO

Religious and political programs in India have also led to the expansion of Kovid-19: WHO

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United Nations: The World Health Organization (WHO) says a recent risk assessment of the situation in India has found that there are a number of possible reasons for the “increase” in the Kovid-19 case, including a large crowd involved in various religious and political activities. The WHO said in its weekly Covid-19 update report released on Wednesday that the first case of the B1.617 form of the virus was reported in October 2020.

According to it, “The growing incidence and death of covid-19 in India has raised questions about the important role of other types of viruses, including the B1.617 pattern. The report states that the recent situation in India A number of possible factors contributed to the “growth and resurgence” of the 19th century, including the spread of the various voices of the SARS-COV-2. Indian forms of covid have been ranked as ‘worrying forms’

Also, the lack of adherence to the Public Health and Social System (PHMS) was also responsible for the current situation. But how much was each of these factors responsible for the increase in the spread of the virus in India? It is still not very well understood.

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