New Delhi: The Center on Saturday extended the protocol on all existing coronavirus diseases (Covid-1) in India till September0. Apart from the local spread of the virus in some states, the epidemic situation in India now seems to be much more stable. The Union Home Ministry (MHA) has directed the concerned state governments to take proactive regulatory measures ahead of the upcoming festive season in the country.
Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla issued an official order in this regard and sent it to the chief secretaries of all the states. In it, the government said the previous order on the implementation of the Covid-1 prot protocol, issued on June 29, would now be effective until September 30. The Center has expressed concern over the high number of active cases and high rate of positive cases in some districts across the country.
According to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the southern state now accounts for more than half of all active Kovid-1 cases in the country, followed by Maharashtra. The MHA letter said, “The concerned state government / UT administration, which has high positivity in the district, should take proactive regulatory measures to effectively reduce case spikes and prevent infection.”
It said, “It is important to identify the early warning signs of the disease as soon as possible and take appropriate measures to prevent its spread. This will require localized procedures as per the recommendations of the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW).” Mentioned. “
Pointing to the upcoming festival season in several Indian states, the government advised the state government and the Union Territory administration not to hold any large gatherings. If necessary, the necessary local restrictions should be imposed on potentially crowded places, where appropriate behavior of human Covid-1 appropriate should be followed.
“For effective management of Covid-19, we need to adhere to fivefold strategies, namely test-track-treat-vaccination and Covid appropriate practice,” the government letter said.
The Center noted that the weekly application data received from the state government on the appropriate proper conduct of Covid-1 shows a “downward trend” of wearing masks in public. Maintaining the rules of social distance by taking fines or some other measures.
In addition, it is important to make sure that in areas where there is no virus or fewer viral infections, there is a need to increase testing and monitor. The Home Secretary warned that there would be no slack in the implementation of these measures, adding that officials would be “personally responsible” for any slack in the implementation of these directives.