The central government has again increased the rules for the prevention of corona.
New Delhi: The central government has again increased the rules for the prevention of corona. All the rules have been extended till 31 October. These rules have been extended across the country. At the same time, the central government has warned that if carelessness is taken, then the cases of corona may increase again. In a letter to the Chief Secretaries of all the States and Union Territories, Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla warned that there is a possibility of non-compliance of COVID appropriate behavior in the coming festive season, which may lead to an increase in the cases of infection. . He said that despite the reduction in the number of COVID-19 cases, it is important to implement the guidelines so that the festival can be celebrated with caution, in a safe manner and with COVID appropriate behaviour.Also Read – Mizoram CM’s sister dies of corona, infection rate in the state is 32 percent
Bhalla said that the daily cases of Kovid and the total number of patients are decreasing rapidly in the country but the virus is spreading locally in a few states and Kovid-19 remains a public health challenge in the country. The letter said, “Great caution should be exercised in those programs in which a large number of people will be involved in order to avoid the possibility of an increase in the cases of Kovid-19.” It said, “The large gathering of people in fairs, festivals and religious programs may increase the cases of Kovid-19 in the country.” Also Read – The High Court will hear the gap of how many days after the first dose to take the second dose
The Home Secretary said that the states and union territories should keep a close watch on the infection rate in each district and the number of beds in hospitals and ICUs. He said that in the districts where the infection rate is high, the concerned administration should take proactive measures so that the increase in cases can be stopped and the spread of the virus can be controlled. Also Read – Kerala: 15,951 new cases of corona virus in a day, 165 more patients died
Bhalla said that it is also important that the warning signs of the possibility of increase in cases are recognized early and measures are taken to control the spread. He said, “This will require a local approach, which is mentioned in the advisory of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on 21 September 2021.” The Home Secretary said that the five-point strategy of ‘Test-Track-Treat- Vaccinate’ (Test, Detect, Treat, Vaccinate) and COVID appropriate behavior should be focused so that the festive season passes safely and cases increase. Don’t be either.
After 18,795 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in India in a day, the number of people infected with the corona virus increased to 3,36,97,581. After 201 days, less than 20 thousand new cases of infection have been reported in the country. At the same time, the number of patients under treatment came down to 2,92,206, which is the lowest after 192 days. According to the data released by the Union Health Ministry at 8 am on Tuesday, the death toll increased to 4,47,373 after 179 more people died due to infection. These cases of death due to infection are the lowest in 193 days. Earlier on March 19, 154 cases of death due to infection were reported.