COVID: ‘Crowd mixing could be super spreader,’ warns Dr Sarin on rising tourism

New Delhi, July 11 (ANI): The Director of the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences, SK Sarin on July 11 said that if tourists from all over the country are flocking to a hill station they would bring viruses and it would be a super spreader due to the crowd mixing. Dr SK Sarin said, “The second wave hasn't settled yet. If tourists coming from all over the country reach a hill station they will bring virus and it'll be a super spreader due to crowd mixing. It can be fatal.” “Delta plus has not been reported in large numbers but it is present. Delta is also troublesome; worried about the Lambda variant right now. It is not reported from our part of the country but it can come,” he added.

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