Clin Case Rep Int | Volume 6, Issue 1 | Review Article | Open Access

Tragic COVID-19 Second Wave in India

Aritra Ghosh* and Srijita Nundy

Department of Environment, Science and Economy (ESE), University of Exeter, UK

*Correspondance to: Aritra Ghosh 

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Abstract

India now experiencing a second wave of COVID-19 infection. India’s first peak was in September 2020 and then the number decreased. However, India started vaccine diplomacy but did not arrange sufficient vaccine doses for their people. Lack of social distancing, no use of mask, attending social program fuelled the COVID-19 infection. India got one year to improve the health sector but in reality, all are in a dream now. Lack of oxygen support, vaccines, and capacity in hospital beds are now the bottlenecks to tackle the second wave of COVID-19 India.

Keywords:

COVID-19; India; Second wave; Vaccine; First Wave; Economy

Citation:

Ghosh A, Nundy S. Tragic COVID-19 Second Wave in India. Clin Case Rep Int. 2022; 6: 1396.

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