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Corona is heading back, with 50 per cent new patients in these two states in the country

Concerns are being raised that the number of corona patients is increasing again as the risk of a second wave of coronavirus decreases. In addition, another virus has now raised concerns.

Mumbai: While the risk of second wave of coronavirus is decreasing, there is concern that the number of coronavirus patients is increasing again. In addition, another virus has now raised concerns. An alert has been issued for Zika virus infection in Kerala. So far 14 cases of Zika virus have been detected in Kerala. Corona outbreaks in Maharashtra and Kerala will not end soon, the Union Health Ministry has said.

Maharashtra and Kerala accounted for more than half of the cases of Covid-19 in India last week, the Center said on Friday. The ministry said the epidemic would not end soon. The government has said that photos of crowds coming from tourist places and increasing crowds without covid protocols is a serious cause for concern. Such negligence will increase the risk of corona.

The threat of corona is not over yet, said Love Agarwal, joint secretary at the health ministry. The country is currently battling another wave of epidemics. Note that the corona threat is not over yet. There is a misconception that Kovid-19 is over. However, introspection will have to be done after corona growth.

Modi gave this warning
NKTI Commission member (health) VK Paul said photos of tourist destinations are coming out and the way people are crowding without cove rules is a matter of serious concern. Such negligence increases the risk of spreading the virus. You can’t be careless. At the same time, Prime Minister Modi has given a piece of advice. Expressing concern over non-compliance of Kovid-19 rules in crowded places, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that this is not the place to be ignored. One small mistake can have far-reaching consequences. This can weaken the fight against the epidemic.

Showing a video of a crowd of tourists at Kempty Falls in Mussoorie, Uttarakhand, Love Agarwal said, “Isn’t the corona virus an open invitation to you? The spread of infection in society is related to our behavior.

80 per cent corona-affected in 15 states
Love Agarwal said that 80 per cent of the new cases in Kovid are from 15 states including Maharashtra, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and 90 districts of Union Territories which need attention in this area. He said that in the last week, more than half of the cases of Kovid-19 in India have been reported in Maharashtra (21) and Kerala (32). “We are working on measures with the states to prevent infection,” he said. He further said that the infection rate of Kovid-19 in 66 districts of 17 states and Union Territories was more than ten per cent in the week ended July 8.

Love Agarwal warned people about the recent rise in infections in some countries, including Russia and Britain. They are required to strictly adhere to the Covid-19 rules. Everyone should wear a mask. Crowds should be avoided, he said.

The UK has seen an increase in the number of new cases on an average every day since Euro 2020 football matches. In Bangladesh, more cases were reported in the third wave than in the second wave of the corona virus, forcing the government to lockdown the country.

In one day, 43,393 new cases of Kovid-19 were registered in India, bringing the total number of infections in the country to 3,07,52,950. There are currently 4,58,727 active loans in the country. The death toll from the corona virus infection in the country has risen to 4,05,939, according to figures released by the Union Health Ministry on Friday.

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