Editorial letter on awareness of corona virus


The Editor

The Statesman

Kolkata 700001

Subject: People's Awareness Regarding COVID-19 Spread Despite Vaccination

Dear Sir,

I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing to share my concerns about the lack of awareness among the general population regarding the ongoing spread of the coronavirus, even though vaccinations are being administered across the country.

It's disheartening to note that the world is still grappling with the coronavirus pandemic, evident from the impact of the third wave that has hit us. However, what's troubling is the lack of concern exhibited by ordinary citizens, despite the increasing number of COVID-19 cases. While vaccinations have instilled a sense of security, it seems that this reassurance might be somewhat misplaced. Recent data reveals that vaccinated individuals are being infected at a higher rate than those who haven't received the vaccine.

Regrettably, many people are neglecting basic preventive measures such as wearing masks, using sanitizers, and maintaining distance to shield themselves from the virus. Engaging in unnecessary activities that expose us to potential infection has become commonplace. Consequently, it's imperative for the government to take concrete steps to curb the surge in COVID-19 cases. Raising public awareness is paramount and should be pursued through various initiatives and mediums. It's vital for individuals to fully comprehend the gravity of the virus's impact on our well-being, contributing to the betterment of our society's health and overall quality of life.

In light of the above, I would greatly appreciate if you could consider allocating a small space on your editorial page to draw the attention of authorities to this matter and seek potential solutions.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Yours sincerely,

A. Khan

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