The second wave and multiple studies and research did by the leading healthcare, and scientific organizations have come up with many new and unconventional ways of this virus spreading. These strange practices did not cause damage in 2020, but the people neglecting safety this year have made these very practices the biggest turnout for cases.
The latest study by scientists at the Indian Institute of Chemical Technology(IICT), Center for Cellular and Molecular Biology(CCMB), Hyderabad and Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research(ASIR) Ghaziabad has confirmed the presence of the virus in the Hussainsagar Lake and also in two lakes in Telangana. After the lions testing positive, the findings of this virus in a water body are the second most unusual incident and a possible method of faster transmission. According to their study, the same virus is said to be found at Nacharam Lake and Nizam lake(Turka Cheruvu).
The research hasn't established the transmission capability through the water bodies but has found a possibility in faecal-oral transmission. However, the detailed analysis of these three lakes will help the scientists come close to water transmission possibility. These organizations are studying to find the trend of the spike in Telangana and are also working on controlling the second wave. The relevant analysis and control measures bracing for the third wave has commenced, and the accurate research results will help us deal with the third wave.