The second wave of coronavirus saw an alarming surge of COVID-19 cases in the country. This not only disrupted the lives of many, but also took a massive toll on India’s medical facility and infrastructure. The devastation caused and the havoc wreaked by the variants claimed many lives, leaving behind lessons for the people who survived.
However, as the nation unlocks and returns back to a state of normalcy, people seem to have forgotten the traumatic and tragic episodes of physical and mental suffering caused during the second wave. With the possibility of a potential third wave looming over our heads, it is important that we retrace our steps back and avoid the mistakes that could yet again destroy lives.
That said, here are some lessons from the past and the mistakes we should avoid in the present and in future.