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‘A little carelessness can make the success achieved on Corona to zero’ Central government alert to these states including Delhi

New Delhi: The government’s fight against Corona (Covid 19) is going on in the country. Where on the one hand, the government has announced to start the process of getting a booster dose of corona for all adults above 18 years of age from April 10. On the other hand, some states of the country have expressed concern over the increasing cases of corona. In the same episode, the Central Government has advised Kerala, Delhi, Haryana, Maharashtra and Mizoram to take precautionary measures in sensitive areas to control the increasing cases of Covid-19. The Center has given this advice in view of more cases in the daily cases of Covid-19.

In a letter to four states and one union territory, Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan underlined that regular monitoring and continuous work in areas of concern is important and any negligence can nullify the success achieved so far in Pandemic management. . In the letter, the states have been advised to adopt a five-pronged strategy which includes testing, detection, treatment, vaccination and COVID-19 friendly behavior.

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Along with this, it has been said in the letter that there is a need to continue monitoring the areas where new cases are coming and efforts should be made to prevent infection, where cases of infection are coming, there is a need to conduct an appropriate number of tests. Is. Bhushan said, ‘It is necessary that the state keeps a close watch and takes precautionary measures in sensitive areas seeing the spread of infection. Testing and monitoring is still important.

A look at the death figures due to corona in the country

According to the data released by the Union Health Ministry till 8 am on Friday, after the death of 43 more patients, the death toll has increased to 5,21,573. The number of active patients is 0.03 percent of the total cases of infection, while the national rate of recovery from Covid-19 is 98.76 percent. According to the data, out of 43 more patients who have lost their lives in the country, 36 people are from Kerala. So far 5,21,573 people have died due to this Pandemic, out of which 1,47,806 in Maharashtra, 68,264 in Kerala, 40,056 in Karnataka, 38,025 in Tamil Nadu, 26,155 in Delhi, 23,498 in Uttar Pradesh and 21,200 in West Bengal. Death happened.