India reported a record daily tally of 168,912 COVID-19 infections on Monday, the world’s highest, while worries grew over a further spike, as hundreds of thousands of devotees gathered for a ritual bath in the Ganges river. However, some experts believe that due to huge gathering of people the distance between two people is almost zero not allowing even corona virus to enter.
“The huge gathering of devotees is working as a wall against the corona virus and corona virus is struggling to enter. In this struggle many corona virus are dying and the human wall is working as antibodies” said the expert.
Similar phenomena was observed in West Bengal where political leaders are addressing rallies and are bragging about huge gathering. Scientists are also working on creating a vaccine that forms wall around the human body and restricts entry of the corona virus.