Restrictions increased in the states, action will be taken against those who are negligent


New Delhi

The Delta Plus variant instead of Corona virus has increased the concern of the government. This virus has knocked in many states of the country. Along with this, the concerns of the central government engaged in preparations to deal with the third wave have also increased. More than 50 cases of delta variant have been found in 12 states including Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh. It is being told that the Delta Plus variant spreads several times faster than the Delta variant. The government has intensified the vaccination campaign to deal with it.

Let’s know what is the situation regarding Delta Plus variant in the country
Although no case of the Delta Plus variant has been reported in Gurugram so far, Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Virendra Yadav has asked all officials to be vigilant against it. Health officials said that the department has prepared an action plan to deal with it. For this, intensive screening campaign will be conducted in all the crowded places. Apart from this, private health facilities have also been asked to update the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) portal.

Strict instructions have been given in Delhi that action should be taken against those who are negligent. District magistrates have been asked to conduct regular checking in markets and public places and take action against those who do not follow masks and physical distance.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday that the country is considering making masks mandatory at high alert levels as well as mandatory scanning of QR codes to reduce contact tracing in efforts to reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus. can be promoted.

Dr Randeep Guleria, Director, AIIMS has said that we need to learn from the past to deal with the Delta Plus variant. That said, as we are now geared up to tackle a possible third wave and new variants like Delta Plus. So it is important to see what we can do. Focusing on the lessons we have learned from the past, we need to think about how we can strengthen our public health system.