EARLY PRECAUTIONS, STEPS AND MEASURES TO PREVENT 3rd WAVE :

THANKS FOR ALL THE EFFORTS TAKEN BY THE ADMINISTRATION. THE BALL IS DEFINITELY ALSO IN OUR COURT :
In the past week we have observed that there was a drift from the downward Graph of COVID19 CASES all over India. But suddenly we have noticed that there are increases and fresh cases going up. Definitely a matter of concern not only where it is going up, but also in othere places.

UNLESS IT IS CHECKED NOW OUR POPULATION WILL BE SITTING DUCKS FOR THEPANDEMIC AGAIN.
WHAT IS THE POINT IN KEEPING ICU BEDS, OXYGEN AND MEDICINES READY?

WHEN PREVENTION IS IN OUR OWN HANDS.

LET NOT THE COUNTRY WAIT FOR THE PEOPLE TO GO THROUGH THE 3rd WAVE AND THEN OFFER ALL THE AVAILABLE REMEDIES MAKING THE POOR PEOPLE SPEND THEIR MONEY.
INVOLVE THE HOSPITALS PHAMA COMPANIES ALSO IN THE PREVENTION PROGRAMS .

Let us be Proactive at least shoving every differences behind. Just a few observations on the goings on in some places: Take the good ones and dump the other:

* Officials have been asked to identify the cause of rise.
* Warns of actions on shops that have not controlled the crowd (Social distancing neglected)
* Shops in busy areas a to be Shut till August 9th.

From this we come to know the share of responsibilities:
* ADMINISTRATION DOING UPTO THIS - 33.3% DONE.
* YET THERE IS ANOTHR EQUAL SHARE OF 33.3% - TO MONITOR & PENALISE THE VIOLATORS (It is purely in the PUBLIC INTEREST -penalizing ).
* AND EVERYTHING DEPENDS ON THE EQUALLY

IMPORTANT (if not most important) TO KEEP THE 3rd WAVE AT BAY. PEOPLE’s PARTICIPATION.

All the very best Administration in your sincere efforts to thwart the 3rd Wave . We are with you to see your programs through. – Jai Hind more  

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Yet another "timely" caution by Mr Jayakumar. Indeed, the ball is in the public court, has actually always been, only we've been heedless. The three-prong responsibility platforms are justified. Only, they need to be conscientiously implemented. Self-discipline is what could/shall carry us through. more  
Besides observing Covid protocols, public should do Yoga regularly and Govt. should give emphasis on Yoga and it should make efforts to telecast Yoga daily (morning and evening) on all TV channels in the interest of the public. Then only, 3rd wave can be checked. more  
In Karnataka and Kerala, the cases are on the rise, thanks to the govt opening up tourism, temple rituals etc.., probably because of political and economic considerations. Business es and enterprises will want to make money and will not stop anyone even if they do not take precautions. But, where had the "buddhi" of these people gone who are flocking in herds to tourist spots and temples and bring back the virus instead of happy memories? Irrespective of the waves, the govt should ensure that supply chain of products across districts and states is smooth. This has been a major cause of concern during the lockdowns. And of supersonic speedup the vaccination production and jabbing, without playing blame games. more  
It is our responsibility to prevent 3rd wave by observing covid protocols. 1. Mask up 2. Social distancing 3. Avoiding crowded places 4. Sanitisation regularly 5. Vaccination If we follow, certainly, 3rd wave can be arrested in the beginning. May be government machinery to gear up, if need be, violators must be punished. Awareness campaign must be conducted continuosuly. more  
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