By the second wave of coronavirus, people perceived the seriousness of vaccination for their well-being. In India, around 92% of the entitled people have received at least one dose, whereas more than 80% of the people are fully vaccinated now!
The onset of 2022 led to an ease in Covid restrictions and its effect on people of the country. The good news to begin with the reopening of schools that were discontinued from the past few years. Perhaps, the nation has immensely managed the safety of the children from the pandemic.
Mental health is not to be taken lightly especially during a raging pandemic and is equally as important as maintaining physical wellbeing. Always be open to lending a helping hand and never hesitate to seek help in times of need. To maintain mental wellness in these tough times is difficult and we want to make at least this easy for you.
Through the course of the ongoing pandemic, information about it has become the prime aspect of anyone's day. With that being said, a large amount of misinformation in the form of myths is rampant and is the source of fear for a large section of the society. We’re here to break some of those myths that are a result of misinformation and miscommunication.
With the onset of the second wave of the COVID - 19 virus hitting the nation at an unprecedented pace, it is extremely necessary for us to take all the precautions at any given time to stay wary from this deadly virus. The casualties and fatalities are being blown out of proportion with each passing day. Five major precautions in order to protect yourself from Covid-19 are mentioned in this blog.
The second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic has taken over the world and at a greater magnitude, in India. Active cases are increasing at a significant rate and the medical resources are running out. Hence, it is best to take the necessary precautions to avoid contracting the infection. But, incase of showing Covid-19 symptoms, here are the important steps to be taken: