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Coronavirus cases will continue, but wave unlikely says Public Health Foundation of India chief

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), India is most likely to kill several million coronaviruses.

Nagpur: The coronavirus is neither over nor is it going to come. President of the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), Padma Bhushan Professor K Srinath Reddy has assured that only a small number of cases will continue to emerge. But it will not be serious at all now.

Professor K Srinath Reddy was delivering the lecture ‘Health Beyond Coronavirus: An Agenda Waiting For’ organized by the Academy of Medical Sciences (AMS), Nagpur to Dr. Sanjay Warhadpande and Dr. Rajeev. The AMS and Nagpur Chapter of the Diabetic Association of India (DAI) have a nearly 30-year-old tradition, However, it could not be conducted at all in the years 2020 and 2021 due to the covid epidemic.

Speaking about the much-talked-about fourth wave of coronavirus, Professor Reddy has said that there will be absolutely no deadly wave of any kind in the near future. Cases of covid will keep coming and going, but they will not be very serious at all.

Doctors presented cases & experiences during the covid pandemic

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), India is most likely to kill several million coronaviruses. But Professor K Srinath Reddy has said that it is too early to comment on this. He has said that a similar issue had come out in the year 2020 as well. But even when their national toll numbers were out there, the difference was very small. The national toll for the year 2021 is also yet to be announced. Let it come out.

Earlier also, Dr. Ravindra Sarnaik, president of AMS Nagpur, Dr. Raju Khandelwal, professor and head, the department of medicine, AIIMS Nagpur, Dr. Prashant Joshi, introduced Prof Reddy. president of Warhadpande oration committee, Dr. Prajakta Deshmukh, and president of the Diabetics Association of India conducted the seminar. Hundreds of eminent doctors of the city had also participated in the program.

In the two-day conference, leading doctors also presented their cases and experiences during the coronavirus pandemic. Along with this, two moot courts for doctors, three debates, and academic sessions on pain management have also been organized.

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