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COVID WAVES: Can there be another Covid-19 wave in Sri Lanka?

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COVID WAVES: Can there be another Covid-19 wave in Sri Lanka? Screen25
Asia COVID-19 Wave with the world waves: Figure-2


Analysis of Covid-19 official data indicate that Sri Lanka actually facing the second wave of the Covid-19 virus and not third wave as many people believe. (Figure-1) World is going through the second Covid-19 wave due to the spike in the Covid-19 cases in Asia due to  escalation of cases in India after the eruption in Whuan China in December 2019.

If Asia is facing the first wave after the eruption in Whuan China, then Sri Lanka is still likely to be in the Covid-19 first wave in Asia due to increase of cases in India which is neighbouring Sri Lanka. (Figure-2). Therefore the Covid-19 wave Sri Lanka is currently experiencing can be last and the final Covid-19 spike that can take place in Sri Lanka before resumption of all economic activities under the new norm.

Sri Lanka COVID-19 Wave

COVID WAVES: Can there be another Covid-19 wave in Sri Lanka? Screen23
Figure-1

As can be seen in the Figure-3 Covid-19 Waves generally last for a period of 6 month with the reduced period in the second wave due to experience and adoptability of the wold population due to awareness campaigns carried out by the world health organisation.

According to the analyse the the current Covid-19 wave is likely to end by August 2021 with likelihood of Sri Lanka reopening all economic activities by August 2021. (Figure-1)

Further new Covid-19 waves could occur due to spike in cases any particular continent or country which may affect overall reduction in Covid-19 cases but ultimate recovery can take place only upon full vaccination of the world population.

World COVID-19 Wave
COVID WAVES: Can there be another Covid-19 wave in Sri Lanka? Screen26
Figure-3

Covid-19 Statistics
https://ourworldindata.org/explorers/coronavirus-data-explorer?zoomToSelection=true&time=2020-03-01..latest&pickerSort=desc&pickerMetric=total_cases&hideControls=true&Metric=Confirmed+cases&Interval=7-day+rolling+average&Relative+to+Population=false&Align+outbreaks=false&country=LKA~OWID_WRL~Asia

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Meeharak hondai, keekruyi minisunta wadaa!!!

Lotus Eater wrote:


COVID WAVES: Can there be another Covid-19 wave in Sri Lanka? Screen25
Asia COVID-19 Wave with the world waves: Figure-2


Analysis of Covid-19 official data indicate that Sri Lanka actually facing the second wave of the Covid-19 virus and not third wave as many people believe. (Figure-1) World is going through the second Covid-19 wave due to the spike in the Covid-19 cases in Asia due to  escalation of cases in India after the eruption in Whuan China in December 2019.

If Asia is facing the first wave after the eruption in Whuan China, then Sri Lanka is still likely to be in the Covid-19 first wave in Asia due to increase of cases in India which is neighbouring Sri Lanka. (Figure-2). Therefore the Covid-19 wave Sri Lanka is currently experiencing can be last and the final Covid-19 spike that can take place in Sri Lanka before resumption of all economic activities under the new norm.

Sri Lanka COVID-19 Wave

COVID WAVES: Can there be another Covid-19 wave in Sri Lanka? Screen23
Figure-1

As can be seen in the Figure-3 Covid-19 Waves generally last for a period of 6 month with the reduced period in the second wave due to experience and adoptability of the wold population due to awareness campaigns carried out by the world health organisation.

According to the analyse the the current Covid-19 wave is likely to end by August 2021 with likelihood of Sri Lanka reopening all economic activities by August 2021. (Figure-1)

Further new Covid-19 waves could occur due to spike in cases any particular continent or country which may affect overall reduction in Covid-19 cases but ultimate recovery can take place only upon full vaccination of the world population.

World COVID-19 Wave
COVID WAVES: Can there be another Covid-19 wave in Sri Lanka? Screen26
Figure-3

Covid-19 Statistics
https://ourworldindata.org/explorers/coronavirus-data-explorer?zoomToSelection=true&time=2020-03-01..latest&pickerSort=desc&pickerMetric=total_cases&hideControls=true&Metric=Confirmed+cases&Interval=7-day+rolling+average&Relative+to+Population=false&Align+outbreaks=false&country=LKA~OWID_WRL~Asia

Very unlikely that there will be another Covid wave in Sri Lanka, Everything will be back to normal by August 2021. This is the best time to look at the post pandemic boom and sectors likely to benefit from the economic upturn under the new norm.

Lotus Eater wrote:


COVID WAVES: Can there be another Covid-19 wave in Sri Lanka? Screen25
Asia COVID-19 Wave with the world waves: Figure-2


Analysis of Covid-19 official data indicate that Sri Lanka actually facing the second wave of the Covid-19 virus and not third wave as many people believe. (Figure-1) World is going through the second Covid-19 wave due to the spike in the Covid-19 cases in Asia due to  escalation of cases in India after the eruption in Whuan China in December 2019.

If Asia is facing the first wave after the eruption in Whuan China, then Sri Lanka is still likely to be in the Covid-19 first wave in Asia due to increase of cases in India which is neighbouring Sri Lanka. (Figure-2). Therefore the Covid-19 wave Sri Lanka is currently experiencing can be last and the final Covid-19 spike that can take place in Sri Lanka before resumption of all economic activities under the new norm.

Sri Lanka COVID-19 Wave

COVID WAVES: Can there be another Covid-19 wave in Sri Lanka? Screen23
Figure-1

As can be seen in the Figure-3 Covid-19 Waves generally last for a period of 6 month with the reduced period in the second wave due to experience and adoptability of the wold population due to awareness campaigns carried out by the world health organisation.

According to the analyse the the current Covid-19 wave is likely to end by August 2021 with likelihood of Sri Lanka reopening all economic activities by August 2021. (Figure-1)

Further new Covid-19 waves could occur due to spike in cases any particular continent or country which may affect overall reduction in Covid-19 cases but ultimate recovery can take place only upon full vaccination of the world population.

World COVID-19 Wave
COVID WAVES: Can there be another Covid-19 wave in Sri Lanka? Screen26
Figure-3

Covid-19 Statistics
https://ourworldindata.org/explorers/coronavirus-data-explorer?zoomToSelection=true&time=2020-03-01..latest&pickerSort=desc&pickerMetric=total_cases&hideControls=true&Metric=Confirmed+cases&Interval=7-day+rolling+average&Relative+to+Population=false&Align+outbreaks=false&country=LKA~OWID_WRL~Asia

3rd wave is far from over. They have just reduced testing and stopped conducting random tests. 
https://www.epid.gov.lk/web/

With the delta variant being detected in the community, and if this ends up being a proper spread we will only see this August or so.

Sri Lankans warned of Omicron variant BA.5
June 26, 2022

Sri Lankans have been warned of the Omicron variant BA.5 which has been detected in several countries.

Dr. Chandima Jeewandara, the head of the Department of Immunology and Molecular Biology at Sri Jayewardenepura University, said that the latest COVID19 lineage BA.5 is the most transmissible.

“We’re all distracted, but there is still a pandemic happening. The latest COVID19 lineage BA.5 is the most transmissible and immune-evasive lineage detected since the pandemic began and it’s not mild. BA.5 has been detected in 63 countries although none in Sri Lanka yet,” he said.

Dr. Chandima Jeewandar said that BA.5 has similar spike protein mutations comparable to BA.4.

https://colombogazette.com/2022/06/26/sri-lankans-warned-of-omicron-variant-ba-5/

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