A comparative study showing the quick spread of the second wave of COVID-19 outbreaks in Asian countries: A case of China, Pakistan, and India

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Corona virus, Second Wave Spike, epidemic, global strategies, India, Pandemic, Pakistan, lethal COV-SARS, China

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COVID-19 is a severe, ongoing, novel pandemic that appeared in December 2019 in China city of Wuhan. Pakistan and many countries are now experiencing a second wave of the COVID-19 outbreak. The purpose of this study is to compare the COVID-19 outbreak between three Asian countries (Pakistan, India, and China). We collected data on COVID 19 second wave till June 2021. In Pakistan till June 2021 reported cases of COVID-19 were 9,49,838. In India, till June 2021 reported cases of COVID-19 were 29,977,861 and in China till June 2021 reported cases of COVID-19 were 91,682. Our results show that there are more cases of Coronavirus in India than in Pakistan and China. India is a country that deadly effected by 2nd wave of Coronavirus due to a shortage of hospital beds, Oxygen cylinders, and Vaccines. In addition to managing the appearance of new forms, a few factors, such as lockdown and vaccination, were responsible for controlling the growing number of this disease cases worldwide. Collectively, a relative analysis of the situation of the 2nd wave outbreak between these 3 Asian countries suggests to policymakers arrange for better management of Coronavirus reappearance or its rigorousness in India and other countries.

 

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Ahmad Manan Mustafa Chatha , The Islamia University of Bahawalpur

Working as a Assistant Professor

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2022-12-05

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Chatha , A. M. M. (2022). A comparative study showing the quick spread of the second wave of COVID-19 outbreaks in Asian countries: A case of China, Pakistan, and India. Medical and Life Sciences, 2(2), 46–61. Retrieved from https://journals.smarcons.com/index.php/mls/article/view/45

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