Open primary school first, not ninth-tenth – why did ICMR give this advice? | Coronavirus-latest-news
The question of when the school will open is on everyone’s mind. ICMR has given valuable advice on this based on their latest Sero survey.
New Delhi, July 20: In the case of the coronavirus epidemic, the country is now back to the same state it was five months ago. Of the second wave (Coronavirus second wave) It seems to be fading. As a result, the daily decline in the number of patients was seen again at the beginning of the year. But at the same time experts say the third wave (third wave of covid-19) The administration is wary of warning. No state has decided to unlock everything at once. When will the school open (ICMR on school reopening) This question is on everyone’s mind. On it ICMR By their latest Sero Valuable advice based on survey.
In line with the trends so far, schools and colleges for older children were started all over the world. In India too, it was decided to start ninth-tenth classes in some areas. Primary schools are closed after the first lockdown. But the director of ICMR, Dr. According to the advice given by Balram Bhargava, it would be beneficial to start a school for children first.
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Young children are more resistant to the virus than adults. Therefore, if all teachers and non-teaching staff have been vaccinated, there is no problem in opening a primary school, said Bhargava.
In the fourth ‘Siro Survey’ conducted across the country (Fourth Sero Survey) Some important findings have been reported. More than 50 per cent of the country’s 6- to 17-year-olds (More than 50 percent) Antibodies against corona in the body of children(antibodies) Have been found. A CIRO survey conducted by ICMR on people between the ages of 6 and 17 in the country and some health workers revealed that 67.6 per cent of the population had anti-corona antibodies. This proves that 40 crore people in the country are at risk of coronary heart disease due to lack of antibodies.
Antibodies in young children
More than 50 per cent of children in the country have been found to have anti-corona antibodies, according to ICMR Director General Dr. Given by Balram Bhargava.
Corona antibodies in 50 percent of young children, while still threatening 40 million citizens
More than half of all children have corona antibodies without giving them corona, which is a sign that children have become corona, he said.