52% citizens feel risk of COVID variants driving a strong 2nd wave is real

Once again, our survey findings prove how the views and collective knowledge outweighs what might be the opinion of one institution or media in general. At a time when the Government was claiming that India has just 400 cases of COVID variants, our survey indicated that 60% citizens believe the variants are causing the surge.

60% citizens believe variants behind the strong second wave of COVID

Well with Punjab CM announcing that 81% cases in the state are of the UK VAriant B.1.1.7, it indicates that lack of genome testing and relaxed restrictions on flights have brought us to where we are. Do share this latest report link with your whatsapp, social media and other contacts so they comply with what is outlined in the report i.e. COVID norms, healthy living and shoring up finances.

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Have all other diseases gone away? Only COVID is the only killer disease left now? People are losing jobs due to COVID and committing suicide. Will Local Circles take responsibility for all the deaths caused by COVID induced unemployment and non-COVID diseases? more  
Statistics are not being tabulated because they will discredit the public health experts who advocated these draconia lockdown measures. All over the world people are fed up of these so-called experts who have killed more people due to their recommendations of lockdowns and restrictions rather than the actual disease. more  
Death Statistics not tabulated. Accidental, Heart, Age etc more  
Clap clap clap! You said it!!! more  
Let us not go by statistics. It is fact that new variant of COVID is spreading. Let the scientists come out with real solutions. more  
GOI is seriously working on Viruses initiated by Corona to (1) Arrest Spread (2) Finding Controlling Medicines (3) Research for Medicine finding as well as Vaccines.
* All the 3 are getting wasted by Adament Individuals denying Preventive Steps Directed by GOI , Suggested by WHO.
** State Governments taking a lenient view in Imposing Due Punishments on those Reluctant Individuals as regards Compulsory adopting Mask, Distancing, Wine and Dietary, Using A.C. Restaurants, Rooms etc.
*** Who is at Fault and Offencive ?
Both State Governments and Arrogant Individuals.
**** Who has to punish the Culprits ?
There is no doubt in this. Please Realise. more  
Whose is the Duty, who is the Scapegoat. Law &Order Failed more  
It is a well known fact that viruses mutate. Why are we so concerned about them? The way to attack the virus has to be looked at. First, the people should follow strictly, the specified Covid protocols when in public. Second, the governments should accelerate the rollout of the vaccination. Unfortunately, central/state/UT governments and politicians are not bothered about the super spreader events like election rallies, protest rallies, religious events like mahakumbh/temple rathyatras, crowed suburban trains, etc. Due to these reasons, the virus will continue to spread and will be with us even into 2022. more  
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