Coronavirus in Delhi: A fresh wave of Corona in the national capital started in March. Doctors said that there is still laxity in the norms of Kovid-19 in Delhi. This needs to change.
Coronavirus infection, including the national capital, has wreaked havoc all over the country. Meanwhile, in view of the increasing cases of Kovid-19, Delhi Government has imposed night curfew in the capital from 10 am to 5 am till 30 April. The rate of infection has also increased to 5.54 percent.
The increasing positive rate of coronavirus is a matter of concern for the government because the positive rate determines the spread of infection. At the same time, when it goes above the five per cent limit, experts agree that there can be a lot of trouble in curbing it.
Doctors say that the corona cases will have to be closely monitored. Increasing positive rates indicate that the disease is spreading rapidly. Dr. Jugal Kishore, Head of Community Medical Department at Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi, said that a fresh wave of corona in the national capital started in March. He said that there is still laxity in the norms of Kovid-19 in Delhi. This needs to change.
Positive rate increased after March 15
On March 15, 368 cases were reported in Delhi, after which a positivity rate of 0.6 percent was seen. Then Delhi’s Health Minister Satyendra Jain had said that Kovid-19 cases in the national capital are a benchmark. Jain said on March 15 that the positivity rate in Maharashtra is 16 percent, Gujarat’s positivity rate is three times. The positivity rate has reached six times in Punjab, seven times in Kerala and 30 times in Maharashtra. Since then, the positivity rate in Delhi has been increasing continuously. During the week beginning March 22, new corona cases increased to 888, while the positivity rate rose by 1.3%. On March 29, the positivity rate of Holi rose to 2.7%. On that day, 1,904 cases were registered. Since Holi, the positivity rate doubled to 5.5% in the week.
Focus on creating Micro Containment Zone in Delhi
Minister Satyendra Jain told reporters on Monday that the positivity rate in Delhi was 4.64 percent on Sunday. Corona testing is being done at a fast pace. More than 80,000 tests are being conducted in a day, which is five times the national average. The minister said that the Kejriwal government is taking several other decisions to curb the corona, stating that micro-containment zones will be created after two to three corona patients are exposed.
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