No relaxation against Corona, instructions to 8 states with high infection rate

New Delhi, 8/7 (AO Bureau):After the devastation of the second wave of Corona, now there is a steady decrease in new cases in the country. Due to the efforts of the central and state governments, the pace of corona has stopped. Meanwhile, the speed of vaccination has also been increased. But there are 8 states where the infection rate remains worrying. In view of this, clear instructions have been given to these states by the Central Government that there is no relaxation against Corona and swift action needs to be taken.

Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan has written a letter to these states. He has appealed to the states that not only action against Corona should be intensified but information related to them should also be shared with the Center. The names of the states which have high infection rates are Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Kerala, Assam, Meghalaya, Odisha, Tripura and Sikkim.

Influence in North Eastern States
Let us tell you that regarding the effect of the second wave of corona in the country, it was said that it is from west to east direction. At present, it has a lot of influence in the North Eastern states of the country. In this sequence, the North Eastern states have been asked to be aware of Corona. Apart from this, the infection rate is also high in Odisha, which has gained fame by supplying oxygen in the country.

worrying situation in kerala
In Kerala, which received praise for the best steps against Corona in the first wave, the pace of Corona remains worrying. Maharashtra and Kerala are the states in the country where the impact of Corona has been maximum.

news of the arrival of the third wave
Let us tell you that recently the news has come that soon the third wave can also knock in the country. Information about this has been given by issuing a report on behalf of State Bank of India (SBI). SBI has said in its report that the third wave of corona in India can knock next month. Along with this, it is being claimed in the report that this wave can reach its peak by the month of September.

It has been informed in SBI’s research report that on May 7, the second wave of corona in India had reached its peak. “According to the current data, India may reach around 10,000 cases around the second week of July. However, the cases of corona may start increasing by the second fortnight of August.”

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