Festivals are coming, Health Ministry said this big thing in view of Covid-19
Festivals are about to come, so carelessness can be heavy. The second wave of Corona is still going on. The Health Ministry has warned that overcrowding will have to be avoided in districts with an infection rate of more than five percent.
- Don’t be careless during the festive season
- There will be a ban on movement in the Containment Zone
- If infection rate is more than 5% then NO ENTRY
New Delhi: The Ministry of Health once warned that the second wave of corona is still going on in the country, even though new cases are decreasing daily. In this case, negligence can be overwhelming. In view of the upcoming festivals, people have been asked not to overcrowd unnecessarily, while keeping in mind the safety of differently-abled people from Corona, the government has taken a big decision.
- Government plan for disabled people
The Health Ministry said that under the Covid-19 guidelines for the upcoming festivals, overcrowding in containment zones and districts with an infection rate of more than five percent will have to be avoided. The government announced on Thursday that people with disabilities and people who are unable to move will be vaccinated against Covid-19 at their homes.
- Full vaccination of 23 percent of the population
Also, regarding the Corona Vaccination Drive, it was said by the Ministry of Health that about 66 percent of the country’s population has been given at least one dose of vaccine and 23 percent of the population has been fully vaccinated. In order to speed up the vaccination campaign, it has been decided to vaccinate the differently-abled and the people who are unable to move at their homes.
- The situation in Kerala is still bad
Let us tell you, 62.73 percent of the total cases of infection reported last week were registered in Kerala alone. Kerala is the only state where the number of patients undergoing treatment is more than one lakh. According to the Ministry of Health, the infection rate in 33 districts in the country is currently more than 10 percent, while in 23 districts the infection rate is between five and 10 percent.