A rapid surge of Coronavirus among children has left administration and healthcare workers worrying as the official report claims that more than 8,000 children have been tested positive with Coronavirus in the month of May in Maharashtra Ahmednagar.
After Rajasthan, reports of children testing positive for the novel coronavirus have emerged from Maharashtra’s Ahmednagar district after which officials are vigilant in stopping the effect of a possible third wave of COVID-19.
After the outbreak authorities are on their toes soon after a report of 8,000 children and teenagers tested positive for the coronavirus in Ahmednagar this month came forward after which necessary steps are being taken.
The district administration is reaching out to paediatricians to make sure they are prepared for the third wave.
The state government does not want to take any chances, with sources saying they expect a possible third wave could hit at the end of July or early August, giving authorities about two months to prepare.
Maharashtra is still the worst affected state with the second wave of the coronavirus in India, which emerged in February. The central government’s top scientific advisers had said earlier this month that a third wave of the coronavirus is inevitable.