COVID-19 third wave may not happen if we take ‘adequate measures’, says Central Government

Principal Scientific Advisor to Prime Minister K VijayRaghavan Thursday said Covid-19 could be forestalled on the off chance that the authorities take solid measures keeping their political differences aside.

By Harkirpal Singh, Updated : May 07, 2021 18:08 IST
COVID-19 third wave may not happen if we take ‘adequate measures’, says Central Government
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Two days after he said the third Covid-19 wave is 'inescapable', Principal Scientific Advisor to Prime Minister K VijayRaghavan Thursday said it tends to be forestalled "on the off chance that we take solid measures".

"It relies much upon how adequately the direction is executed at the neighborhood level, in the states, in areas, and in the urban communities all over the place," ANI cited him as saying. 

The Union Health Ministry Friday said states, for example, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Telangana, and Jharkhand have shown leveling of every day Covid cases continuously. The service likewise said that 12 states have more than one lakh active Covid-19 cases while seven states have 50,000 to one lakh active cases. 

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India recorded 4.14 lakh new Covid-19 cases just now finishing 8 am Friday, taking the nation's complete caseload to over 2.14 crore. Out of these, more than 36 lakh cases are at present active while over 1.76 crore individuals have recuperated. With 3,915 new passings, the cost presently remains at over 2.34 lakh. 

As the public capital keeps on battling with a dangerous second wave, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday will hold an undeniable level gathering over the current Coronavirus circumstance. Delegate CM Manish Sisodia, Health Minister Satyendar Jain, and different authorities will likewise be available for the meet. 

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The Supreme Court on Friday wouldn't meddle with the Karnataka High Court's structure requesting the central government to build the state's every day share from liquid medical oxygen from 965 MT to 1200 MT. The summit court dismissed the Center's test against the High Court request, considering it an "all-around aligned and wise exercise of force".

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