‘Our young generation worst hit by 2nd wave’: Nodal officer for covid-19

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Dr Saleem Khan, Nodal Officer for COVID-19 and HoD Social and Preventive Medicine, GMC Srinagar, Monday said the situation has turned alarming as the younger generation has been badly affected by COVID-19 in Kashmir.

Dr Khan according to news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) said Jammu and Kashmir woud become Delhi in case people do not follow SOPs like wearing face masks, avoid social gatherings and maintain distance in letter and spirit.

He said viruses can never be stable as they keep on changing and might turn aggressive sometimes and sometimes become less effective.

DR Saleem said new strains of COVID-19 circulating in India are aggressive and virulent and increase its transmission manifold. He also claimed that the situation has turned alarming to the extent; COVID-19 has affected the young generation badly.

“It’s unfortunate that our young generation is worst hit by COVID-19. We seriously need to implement SOPs as the situation cannot be taken for granted. Its effect was very causal last year but the general population got badly affected this year,” Dr Saleem told the media.

He also warned people to be cautious and follow COVID-19 guidelines in letter and spirit so as to save themselves from falling prey to deadly virus.

He also advised people to get themselves vaccinated, COVID-19 cannot be taken lightly give its aggressive behavior since its outbreak in 2019—(KNO)

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