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Original title: The increase in religious gatherings in India raises concerns that experts say the third wave of epidemics may strike in October Source: CCTV News Client

△Picture source: India Asia Press International

In recent days, Indian people began to gather in the religious city of Varennasi, arousing widespread concern in the Indian media. According to a report by the Asia News Agency of India on August 2nd, the streets of Varennasi were full of people, and the believers who lined up in front of the temple did not wear masks, and they posted people in line.

Although the Indian government keeps reminding people to keep social distance and wear masks when they go out, in many parts of India, people have basically given up epidemic prevention, which has brought huge problems to India’s epidemic prevention work.

Research reports released by the two teams of the Indian Institute of Technology on August 2 showed that the third wave of new coronary pneumonia in India is likely to hit in October, and the number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia may reach 100,000 to 150,000. (Headquarters reporter Wang Jianbing)

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