The full graph during the third wave is given in this figure.
Varanasi has now crossed the most dangerous stage of Corona’s peak. This peak hour lasted for a total of 14 days. A total of 8530 cases came in the district during this period. The peak time was from January 12 to January 26. From January 7 to January 27, that is, in 20 days, a total of 9177 cases of Kovid came. So far 10,384 people have come positive in the third wave.
Peak determined in a week
Professor Dnyaneshwar Choubey, an expert in Kovid cases at Banaras Hindu University (BHU), said that weekly data was studied to understand the duration and peak of corona infection. The peak was estimated in these weekly cases only.
On January 27, 201 cases came to Varanasi, while on January 228. The time in between was leading towards the peak. If we see, the peak time was from January 17 to 24. Most of the cases were reported in these days.
Professor Dnyaneshwar Choubey.
recovery showing that the infection was very high
Pro. Choubey said that the reduction in cases so quickly in Varanasi suggests that the infection rate of the Omicron variant was very high. Because the second wave took more than one and a half months. The peak hour lasted for 28 days, while in the third wave high infections lasted only 2 weeks. After that the virus started weakening. It is common knowledge that the faster the virus spreads, the faster its graph comes down. Same thing happened with Omicron. Prof. Choubey has given below in 4 simple points how Varanasi has started recovering from the third wave.
In this picture, the entire form of the corona of the third wave is explained in detail through a graph.
Understand how the peak is ending in these four points
These four points are enough to explain that the peak of Kovid infection in Varanasi is now nearing its end. However, during the end of Kovid, the number of deaths has increased which is worrying. The deaths are of comorbidities in nature, but their vaccination history and viral load should also be tested.