new Delhi: The next three months will be challenging for Corona. Health Member in NITI Aayog According to VK Paul, the next two to three months are challenging as the festival season is ahead and the risk of change may increase at that time. Viruses can also grow in winter.
In India, the number of coronate patients has crossed 5.5 million on Tuesday. For the last few days, an average of ninety thousand cases are being reported. Although the number of recuperators is quite large, in the meantime, the Ministry of Health gave Mangalwar an emphasis on faculty, social distancing once. According to NITI Aayog health member Dr Paul, corona infection may increase in the coming years as many festivals are coming up. In such a situation, people will go out and there will be a risk of spreading the infection, besides the weather is also going to change.
NITI Aayog Health Member Drs. VK Paul said that often in such times, social distance and clearance is very important. But due to this, cases can increase. Currently, more than 80 patients at risk of infection in India have been cured. Therefore, in the press conference of the Ministry of Health, the matter was repeatedly emphasized by the Member and Health Secretary of NITI Aayog.
Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said that according to the data released by the Ministry of Health, the highest number of cases are being reported in Corona among the seven states of the country. These states are Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Punjab and Delhi. There are frequent cases in these states. At the same time, where cases were reduced in the capital Delhi and the recovery rate had reached 90 percent, now cases are also increasing there. In this case, one needs to be more careful. At the same time, a lot of cases have been reported due to the boom in Punjab.
Meanwhile, in the seven states of the country where matters are increasing, PM Narendra Modi will meet with his government on Wednesday through video conference. The Chief Minister, Health Minister, Chief Secretary of these states will be included in this meeting. Increasing cases, clinical management, preparedness will also be discussed in the states.
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