News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi.
Published by: Yogesh Sahu
Updated Saturday, 18 December 2021 12:15 AM IST
NITI Commission Member Health Dr VK Paul.
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This question was answered by Dr. VK Paul, a member of the Nitish Aayog at a press conference of the Ministry of Health. According to Dr Paul, if the scale of the spread in Britain were similar to that in India, there would be 1.4 million cases per day in terms of our population.
Dr. Paul says Europe is facing a new phase of the global pandemic of the corona virus with an increase in cases of infection. He said it was not possible to do genome sequencing of each sample. Currently, it is a global epidemic monitoring and assessment tool. We can guarantee that the samples are taken adequately and systematically.
Paul says trials on Phase II and III of the Genoa MRNA vaccine are well underway. It is important to get full vaccinations, wear a mask, and avoid crowding. Vaccines available in India are effective. A decision on a scientific study on vaccine booster shots will be made soon. The first omega case in the country was registered on December 2.