COVID 3rd wave risk survey - Act and Share

Thanks to all the circle members who participated in the survey on whether you intend to visit restaurants, malls as well as have people over in the next 30-60 days. Below is the full survey report:

COVID 3rd wave risk survey

If people don't take due precautions, there is a high likelihood that parts of India per experts could see a 3rd COVID wave in as early as 6 weeks.

Please act per the above, take due precautions as you have visitors over or go out to malls, restaurants, other indoor places. Do copy and share the above link with your whatsapp and other social media contacts so they are also aware of the danger in indoor spaces and take due precautions

If you have experiences or ideas that you would like to share, please do so. more  

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still the fish and veg markets are not controlled as per covid protocols. expecially in Chennai. Unless we have a very strict protocol on this, we will again land up in trouble if the 3rd wave strikes more  
Such issues only triggering spread of Corona in 7 States and influencing Other innocent People and States. Maharashtra etc like States must come forward to arrest Spread more  
There are apparently Two Set of Rules. One for Common people and another one for the VVIP's or Politicians who are not covered, nor answerable nor put in dock by the sleepy judiciary. Any voice of dissent is labelled with anti-national tag. more  
Netizens always have suggestions for the people but government can also show by example. Government continued the election rallies, especially in the state elections seen as super-spreader events, about 2 months back when the pandemic was peaking, when instead, enjoying power they could have set an example, in just token campaign. After all even the most important event for students, their Board examinations, citing COVID stand cancelled. Lockdown alone is insufficient. Then also there remains the question of livelihoods, that require ordinary citizens needing to work. The way ahead must be with precautions, police oversight, vaccinating more prolifically and calibrated opening up. more  
Sheer negligence on the part of the people entirely responsible for the spread of the Covid 19 Virus, hospitalization, and deaths. The Virus did not come to them on their own. They were invited by the foolish people of this country. more  
About a week back I had visited a Govt. dispensary to consult a doctor. While the doctors had a room to themselves and took all precautions against the virus spread, so much so that they did not have a chair for the patient and preferred to listen the patient keeping the latter stand at the door of the room. Exchange of documents or prescription was done with a long piece of wood stick and not from hand to hand. As against the precautions Doctors observed, behind the registration window there were 7-8 persons sitting side by side in the small room (approx.8’x8’ with tables and chairs) gossiping without anyone wearing mask. With such situations it is but natural that we won’t be able to avoid the third wave of virus. more  
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