India shows a steep decline in new Coronavirus cases

The tourist activities have resumed after easing of the lockdown restrictions.

Last week on 23rd June, India recorded a total of 37,566 new Covid-19 cases in one day which showed a huge decline in the number of new cases. The second wave that had caused devastation in India in the last few months, seems to be going away now.

Most cases were seen in states like Kerala, Karnataka, Delhi, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, and Maharashtra. These states have seen the highest number of deaths during the second wave of Covid-19. Also, these states are also expected to be seeing the earlier stages of the much-feared third wave of Covid.

However, not much can be said for the third wave, and if it all it will be as dangerous as the previous wave. Many health experts have already made news because of their announcements related to the new Delta-plus variant. Some of these health officials have also said that it is highly likely that the third-wave will not be as dangerous as it is believed to be.

With a lower number of cases and lockdown restrictions easing up, people have been experiencing a sense of normalcy as the businesses have started to open along with tourism activities. The state of Himachal Pradesh has recently seen a huge surge of tourists flocking towards its hills to escape the hot summer season of the cities.

In the coming weeks, things are expected to become normal along with the economy going back on track if the third wave does not prove to be fatal. However, there are a lot of uncertainties in this regard as not much data is currently available about the new Delta-plus variant.

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