New Delhi. Dr. Parul Vadgama Chief of the Respiratory Medicine Department of the Government Medical College in Surat, Gujarat has claimed that though each city is in a different phase of the peak. In most parts of the country, peak may come by the second or third week of May. In the month of June we can see a decline in the cases of Kovid. Answering questions in News18.com’s special column Ask The Doctor, Dr. Parul said that there is a huge shortage of oxygen in the country. We definitely need more oxygen supply, but until oxygen reaches us, as a doctor, we have to use the existing supply judiciously. Se said that at Surat Medical College, we are trying to reduce the cost of oxygen and use available oxygen judiciously. On the question of the condition of corona in Maharashtra, the doctor said that I think the third wave may come in Maharashtra after September but we need to prepare ourselves from now. We need to learn from the bad days. We need to increase our healthcare infrastructure. We definitely need more oxygen beds, more oxygen plants, more ventilators. The doctor said that apart from this we will need trend people. We have already started training our nursing students and paramedical staff for life-saving procedures like by-pap, ventilator set up, oxygen cylinders etc. Covid will be with us now. We will have to train our medical manpower in such a way that they can handle the situation in the midst of increasing coronary cases. With reference to the symptoms of corona and yet the report is negative, the doctor said that if you have mild symptoms like fever, myelia, body pain, cough then isolate yourself and take medicines. Do not allow yourself to be dehydrated. Keep measuring oxygen level. If the oxygen level falls, whether your RTPCR is positive or not, in both cases, contact the doctor and be admitted to the hospital.