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Tips to tackle COVID-19 3rd wave

  • January 10, 2022

According to a preliminary analysis by IIT Madras, the R-naught value in India, which indicates the spread of COVID-19, was recorded at 4 this week, indicating a very high infection transmission rate. The peak of the third wave is predicted to be between February 1-15.

Are you concerned about a third COVID-19 outbreak? Here are some tips to help you cope with pandemic fatigue.

Mandatory precaution

1. Masks should be encouraged for children over the age of five.

2. Outside the home, a six-foot social distance should always be maintained.

3. Hand sanitization should be performed every 5-6 hours or whenever leaving the house.

4. When leaving the house, masks should be worn at all times.

5. To avoid opportunistic infections, used masks should be washed regularly.

Get your vaccinations

Getting your COVID-19 vaccine, if you haven't already, is the best way to protect yourself and others. Furthermore, most places require proof of vaccinations to gain access to them. Obtain your vaccination as soon as possible, based on your eligibility.

Avoid taking unnecessary risks

Letting down your guard now could be fatal. It is entirely up to you to ensure your safety. There are no incentives to take risks. To do so, you must be cautious and avoid taking unnecessary risks, as well as avoid leaving the house unless necessary. Your vacation plans, as well as social or religious gatherings, can be postponed.

Eat a Healthy Diet

Eating a nutritious diet is essential during the COVID-19 pandemic. What we eat and drink has an impact on our bodies' natural ability to prevent, fight, and recover from infections. Healthy diets are important for immune system maintenance. A healthy and balanced diet is also important for young children's growth and development. It can also assist older people in leading healthier, more active lives.


There is a connection between your diet, physical activity, and overall health. Physical exercise and diet are the most important factors in your physical, mental, and social well-being. It is also important for preventing infection and can be used as a preventative measure against COVID-19. Aspects of your lifestyle may also influence whether you become ill or remain healthy. One of these factors is physical activity.

Do not rush to hospitals unless necessary

You can easily cure your virus if you are cautious and know how to take precautions while at home. Unless you have an emergency, you can isolate yourself at home and call your doctor for treatment.

And, lastly symptoms:

It is still unknown whether or not there will be any increased symptoms in this wave. However, experts believe that some symptoms that children may experience are as follows:

  • Fever, sore throat, cough, and cold as previously described
  • Chest pain and shortness of breath
  • Fatigue and myalgia, or joint, muscle, and ligament pain
  • Loss of odour and taste