It appears we are welcoming the third wave of COVID-19 with great enthusiasm in India. Individuals feel that they were in prison and are currently allowed to wander and the group gatherings are a major reason because of which the Corona virus isn’t finished at this point.
We are headed to get hit by third wave and according to specialists it’s anything but a more hazardous one than the first and second. We have perceived how much second wave affected us and numerous individuals lost their lives, many are as yet in hospitals battling with the COVID-19.
The vaccination is not yet completed but the rush in markets, on the streets, on the banks of the river or canals, in the parks prove something else. Manali is completely packed with individuals as they have failed to remember the risk of COVID-19.
Government has made declarations to stay away from one another, to not take this un lockdown lightly and stay at your homes. In any case, individuals are on the distinctive radar, it feels that they are inviting the undetectable infection to hit their life once more.
We have seen the patients lying outside the hospitals when there was no bed and oxygen available. we have see people dying because of no oxygen. But, the way people are acting looks like we are not serious any more.
Cursing the government, shouting on medical workers is easy, but what about our role in this? What we are doing with our lives and with the life of others as well?
Photos of the heavily crowded streets from the Manali went viral on social media. The occupancy in hotels is almost full these days in Manali and people are roaming here an there on the streets even without proper masks.