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The central government warned the states that the rapidly growing corona crisis could lead to inadequate arrangements

The second wave of coronavirus has become a major crisis in the country.

The central government warned the states that the rapidly growing corona crisis could lead to inadequate arrangements

Mumbai: The second wave of coronavirus has become a major crisis in the country. The crisis in the states has deepened due to the outbreak of the rapidly growing coronavirus. Central and state governments are concerned about the rapidly increasing incidence of coronavirus infection. The central government has warned the states that the existing infrastructure may prove to be inadequate to cope with the rising tide.

Identify Corona’s hostspot and get to work
The central government has advised the states to identify the corona’s hostspot and get to work. Locally, find the place where the bed is most needed, and adopt local remedies for 14 days. Contact tracing should be done at the primary level in local prevention measures, the health ministry said in a statement. People should be prevented from gathering in one place. The government has asked state governments to work on prevention, clinical management and community reconciliation.

The Union Health Secretary wrote a letter
Referring to the new cases of large-scale infection in the last few days, the Center said that in order to control the situation, the states need to immediately consider strict management and preventive measures for the severe Covid-19. In this regard, Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan has written a letter to the Health Secretaries of all the states.

Persistent increase in corona infection
Cases of corona infection are on the rise across the country. In the capital Delhi alone, 1,055 people have died from corona in the last three days. In the last three days, about 150 people have died every day in Delhi due to corona. In the last 24 hours, 350 people have died in Delhi from Corona. The corona killed 357 people on Saturday and 348 on Friday. Corona has killed 14,248 people in Delhi so far.

Severe lack of oxygen
At the same time, industrial oxygen is being used to supply oxygen to hospitals in Maharashtra and Delhi. Oxygen is also being ordered from other states. The central government has allotted 490 tonnes of oxygen quota for hospitals in Delhi. However, according to the Delhi government, not all the allotted oxygen reaches Delhi. According to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi needs 700 tonnes of oxygen for the corona epidemic, compared to 330 to 335 tonnes. Oxygen does not reach Delhi from where it is supposed to come from.

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