Analytics on Marginal Waves of SARS-CoV2 Pandemic

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Avra Pratim Chowdhury, Deepanwita Deka, Amrit Kumar, Khomdram Bijoya Devi


The marginal secondary invasion of the SARS CoV2 virus has emerged as mutant sporadically throughout the world. The transmission chain is still similar as it was followed in the previous pandemic from one individual to another by droplets. This contagious virus is replicated as the mutant conversion to variant in different types and subtypes. So, the sporadic chain is completely different from strains to strains and variants to variants. The contagious chain of extrachromosomal strain may not be the easiest way to control of replicated form into different subtypes. The derivation of latent infection is similar to the previous model of infection and transmissible disciplines. But the community migration in an endemic area is led by exposed criteria from signs and symptoms of pulmonary infections. The considering wave of secondary migration is proposed on statistical and graphical analytics that established on fundamentals of virology, epidemiology, and concurrent reports from the continental scenario. The analytics determined a pandemic curve along with an immunized curve leading to expression of mortality, morbidity, and immunized rate per population. The analytics will play a role to focus the initial activated points of third-wave migration in near future.

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Avra Pratim Chowdhury, Deepanwita Deka, Amrit Kumar, Khomdram Bijoya Devi. (2021). Analytics on Marginal Waves of SARS-CoV2 Pandemic. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 10421–10429. Retrieved from