Corona virus: pollution in metros can cause second peak


On the one hand, there is a relief from the spread of infection across the country when the coronavirus is reduced. On the other hand, the discussion about the second peak of the virus has intensified. Experts have feared that the second peak of the coronavirus may be seen soon due to pollution.

However, this time this effect will be seen not in the country but in the metros. So far, evidence has been found in many parts of the world that the coronavirus is spread through air pollution.

In fact, the pace of infection was seen in March after the first patient appeared on January 30 in the country. After this, until September 17, the number of patients daily increased in the number of thousands, but after this, there are more discharges from new patients daily.

Doctors say that the first peak has caught millions of people. If vigilance is not taken, then its second peak can be even more terrible. A second peak has also appeared in Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Rajasthan, and Punjab but it is still far away at the national level.

Burning straw is also the main reason

Cases can arise again in cities like Delhi, Noida, Greater Noida, Lucknow, Mumbai. For this, burning only the straw does not depend. The industrial sector has also resumed after being in an unlocked condition.

At the same time, the movement of people has also started. In such a situation, due to these different causes of pollution, the second peak of coronavirus may appear.