Corona cases have once again increased in the country. In view of the re-increasing cases of Corona and its danger, the Central Government has given special instructions to 8 states.
Published: December 30, 2021 03:42:37 pm
Central Government Letter to States: Corona cases have once again increased in the country. In view of the re-increasing cases of Corona and its danger, the Central Government has given special instructions to 8 states. The Center has directly asked these states to take strict steps to stop the spread of corona. Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan has written letters to Delhi, Haryana, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Jharkhand. The Center has advised these states to increase Kovid-19 testing, strengthen hospital level preparedness and speedy vaccination and increase coverage.
Omicron cases cross 900 in the country
The Center warned all the states at a time when the cases of corona are increasing rapidly in the country. Omicron’s cases have also increased to 961 in India till Thursday. At the same time, in the last 24 hours, more than 13 thousand corona cases have been registered in the country. The weekly positivity rate in the country is 0.76 percent, which is less than 1 percent for the last 46 days.
The Center has written a letter to these eight states asking them to take immediate measures for Kovid. The Center has urged these states in view of the sudden increase of corona in these states. Cases of the new variant Omicron of Korna are also increasing rapidly in the big cities of these states. According to the reports, it has been advised to take steps from now to save the states from the death rate of Corona. If sources are to be believed, the Center also said that it is also considering to take the GRAP model implemented in Delhi to the whole country. At present, in view of the danger of corona in Delhi, a yellow alert has also been issued in Delhi.
Source: Patrika : India's Leading Hindi News Portal by www.patrika.com.
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