The steps taken so far to control the second wave of corona virus do not appear to be effective. There has been an increase in cases every day. In such a situation, questions are now arising as to whether the only solution to the strict lockdown remains. Randeep Guleria, the director of Delhi AIIMS, believes the same.
Randeep Guleria said on Friday that to control the second wave of Corona virus, a strict lockdown would have to be imposed like last year. Talking to NDTV, Randeep Guleria said India’s health structure had spread to the border and required strict lockdown as it was imposed in March last year. Especially in areas where the positivity rate is more than 10%.
Along with this, Gularia said that the night curfew and Vikend lockdown imposed in several states including UP, Maharashtra, Haryana have not proved to be much effective. In addition, he called the death of a doctor in Delhi a personal loss. Let me tell you that a total of 12 people died, including a doctor, after a lack of oxygen at Batra Hospital in Delhi on Saturday.
On such incidents, Guleria said that all this is due to the increasing number of cases. We have to work aggressively to reduce this number. No health structure in the world can manage such a load. He said that for this we should do Sankt Containment or Lockdown or whatever is possible.