People should understand its seriousness and behave within the same way like they did when the lockdown was imposed the primary time,Ashok Gehlot (CM Rajasthan) said
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Tuesday said it’s necessary to require strict and effective steps almost like lockdown and directed officials to make guidelines to curb the virus spread.
He appealed to the people to behave as if there’s a lockdown, saying the second wave of Covid-19 is more dangerous.
Mr. Gehlot said the socio-religious and cultural activities within the State got to be restricted because the death rate is increasing.
Extending the curfew duration, reducing the amount of participants in marriages and other social functions, lowering the presence of individuals at workplaces, and therefore the number of passengers publicly transport is the necessity of the hour, he said.
Given these suggestions, necessary guidelines should be prepared. it’s necessary to require drastic steps. the overall public may suffer a touch from this, but saving lives is paramount,” Mr. Gehlot said during a Covid-19 review meeting at his residence.
The chief minister also asked officials to extend the amount of dedicated anti-Covid hospitals, day-care centers, besides other medical facilities including oxygen and ICU beds, medicines.
Mr. Gehlot said this second wave of coronavirus infection is even more deadly than before.
People should understand its seriousness and behave within the same way like they did when the lockdown was imposed the primary time, the CM said.
Figures and studies show that the effect of the virus within the second wave, speed of infection and death rate is above earlier, he added.
Health Minister Raghu Sharma said the Health and Medical Department is ready with alertness.
Oxygen support in Covid Hospital Systems, ICU beds, ventilators and other facilities are being strengthened, he added.
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