Corona virus is spreading at a fast pace, next four weeks important: Central government

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The central government said on Tuesday that Kovid-19 is spreading at a very fast pace and the intensity of the epidemic has increased and in view of this, the next four weeks are going to be very important. The government insisted on public participation to control the second wave of infection. NITI Aayog member (health) Dr VK Paul told the press conference that the rapid increase in cases has worsened the epidemic in the country and a large part of the population is vulnerable to infection.

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He said that the weapons to fight the epidemic are there. Adherence to the rules of protection from Kovid-19, identification of detached areas, investigation, etc. should be implemented more effectively, improvements in medical infrastructure and vaccination campaigns need to be expedited. Paul said, “The intensity of the epidemic has increased and it is spreading more rapidly than last time.” In some states this (situation) is worse than others but the increase (in cases) can be seen across the country. ”

He said, “Public participation is important to control the second wave. The next four weeks are going to be very important. The whole country will have to unite and make efforts to fight the epidemic. ”While discussing the epidemic situation in the country in detail, Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said that the Durg district of Chhattisgarh is among the top ten districts in the sub-disciplinary cases.

He said that the ten districts where the maximum number of cases are being reported are Pune, Mumbai, Thane, Nagpur, Nashik, Bengaluru city, Aurangabad, Ahmednagar, Delhi and Durg. Bhushan said that the Center has formed 50 high-level public health teams and has been deployed in districts with high incidence and high incidence of infections in Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh and Punjab.

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