- Identification of districts where Kovid-19 infection rate is more than 10%
- National guidelines for Kovid-19 management will be strictly enforced across the country.
- Focus on prevention of spread of virus to deal with current wave
The Center on Friday ordered the states and union territories to take measures like creating intensive and local containment zones to prevent the spread of virus in the districts where there are more cases of Kovid-19. In view of the epidemic, the Home Ministry has not said anything about the lockdown anywhere in the country in the
Districts with more than 10 percent infection
It asked the states and union territories to identify the districts where either the rate of Kovid-19 infection is more than 10 percent or where the rate of bed-filling has been more than 60 percent in the last one week. The Ministry of Home Affairs said that a district meeting any of these standards could be considered for measures to create intensive and local containment zones.
National guidelines will be strictly enforced across the country
With the order of the Ministry of Home Affairs, the advice of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has also been added to implement the framework for creating areas such as Community Restricted Areas and Large Restricted Areas. The statement said that the national guidelines for Kovid-19 management will remain strictly applicable throughout the country. The order of the Ministry of Home Affairs will be effective till 31 May.
Number of active patients exceeded 3 million
The Ministry of Health said on Thursday that the total number of people infected with Kovid-19 in India has increased to 1,83,76,524 while the number of patients receiving treatment is more than 3 million, with the maximum number of new cases coming up in a day at 3,79,257. Has been. According to the data released by the ministry at eight in the morning, the total number of deaths due to infection from 3645 people to 2,04,832 in a day has increased to 2,04,832.
Prevention of the spread of the virus will have to focus on
The Home Ministry said that to tackle the current wave of epidemics, the focus would be on prevention of the spread of the virus. In areas where the number of infection cases is high, there will be a complete ban on movement of people at night except for essential services in such places. There will be a ban on gathering crowds for social, political, sports, entertainment, cultural, religious etc. programs.
A maximum of 50 people can attend a wedding ceremony
A maximum of 50 people can attend the wedding ceremony while 20 people can attend the funeral. Public transport can be operated with 50 percent of its capacity. The Ministry of Home Affairs has also asked the states to conduct health-related assessments so that infection cases can be managed in the current and coming time (in the next one month) and patients need adequate number of beds, oxygen, ICU beds, ambulances And facilities such as ventilators.