Corona Risk Increases With Monsoon Arrival

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It is now feared that the spread of the monsoon is more likely after the estimates of the effect of the virus in the high temperature and sunlight are proved wrong. It is not yet clear in medical studies that the corona spreads more in rain or cold, but the central government has advised the affected states to be cautious in view of the monsoon.

The symptoms of mosquito-borne diseases like dengue, malaria and chikungunya are also like corona fever, cold, sore throat, vomiting. States have been told not to get confused about mosquito-borne diseases and infections and perform continue monitoring and make strategy to combat the virus in rainy season.

NITI Aayog member Dr VK Paul says that due to the humid monsoon, the size of droplets coming out of the nose and mouth increases. In normal days, the virus can survive for six to eight hours on a surface and up to 12 hours in humidity.

These droplets are the main reason for the spread of corona. Actually from 35 to 40 degrees. Expectations of the corona ending in temperature proved unproven. In ICMR’s NIV Pune Lab, scientists have identified 17 variants of the corona from different countries. Therefore, which strain will end in summer and which in monsoon or cold, science has not yet proved it.

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