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Center alert regarding the third wave of Corona, seeing the crowd at tourist places, the Home Secretary said – the second wave is not over yet

A message was given in the meeting that the second wave is at different levels in different states and union territories in the country.

Coronavirus in India Update: Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla on Saturday expressed concern over the cases of not adopting favorable behavior in relation to Kovid-19 at hill stations and other tourist places, saying that the second wave of the epidemic is not over yet. . The Home Ministry said in a statement that the Home Secretary reviewed the steps taken by the state governments to prevent the spread of Kovid-19 in hill stations and tourist places. In the meeting, the situation of Kovid-19 in Goa, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttarakhand and West Bengal and management of vaccination were discussed.Also Read – Mussoorie me Tourist: Tourists gathered again in Mussoorie on weekends, heavy traffic jam; State government issued strict rules; View Photos

According to the release, a message was given in the meeting that the second wave is at different levels in different states and union territories in the country and the overall infection rate may have come down, but Rajasthan, Kerala, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal In Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, the infection rate is more than 10 percent, which is a matter of concern. Also Read – Center gave instructions to the states, ‘Strictly follow the corona rules, relax wisely’

According to the statement, the Union Home Secretary expressed concern in view of reports of non-covid behavior at hill stations and tourist places. Bhalla said that the second wave of Kovid is not over yet and states should strictly follow the protocol laid down in terms of wearing masks, adopting social distancing and other safe methods. Also Read – 80% cases of corona virus are coming from 90 districts, Maharashtra and Kerala at the forefront: Ministry of Health

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