It is well known that the effect of the second wave is more pronounced on young people. While the first wave is affecting people over 60, the second wave is known to be affecting young people. Experts warn that the third wave effect will be greater on children. However, research by the National Institute of Technology has shown that the third wave effect is more pronounced on older people. Interesting things came to light in this research. NIT scientists point out that the effect of tertiary corona is more likely to be on children under 13 years of age. While 40 types of variants have been identified in Telugu states, 20 types of variants have been tested in NIT. Researchers say the virus is rapidly mutating into a hybrid variant. Experts say that there is a possibility of attacking the B1,617.2 variant in the Third Wave, and that this variant is already out in the UK, with symptoms such as rashes on the body, burning under the eyes, and difficulty breathing.