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    December 2, 2020

    Better corona control in Chhattisgarh than 8 neighboring states, Jharkhand is behind only active and healthy patients

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    https://www.ispeech.org

    The rapid spread of corona virus in the country is not a good sign. Now even Chhattisgarh does not seem untouched by this. It is so important that the number of patients in the state is very less compared to Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh, while there is a big relief that compared to the border states Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Telangana and Jharkhand. Also the number of patients is less. The state of Chhattisgarh in eight neighboring states is 19 from Jharkhand. That is, the number of infected patients in Chhattisgarh is less than Jharkhand, but the number of active patients and discharged patients in Jharkhand is just a few more than us. So far, 9–9 people have lost their lives in both states from Corona.

    The situation was completely under control in Chhattisgarh till 14 May. There were only 59 infected patients. However, after this, the graph of infected patients has been going up. Of the total 1784 patients infected (based on Tuesday's report), 80 percent are laborers. But now the transition is increasing in the urban area. Despite this, the administration and administration are not doing anything strictly, whereas now there is a need to work by making a solid policy. Because once the situation worsens it will be difficult to handle.

    The same is true

    The number of infected patients has exceeded 1800. Now the risk of infection is increasing in urban areas. The control is not visible yet. The reason for this is that there are flaws in the system - our carelessness is more. Because we have forgotten that there is a virus named Corona that can kill millions of people in the world? We also have to understand that the Government Kovid 19 Hospital in the state has only eight thousand beds. The government is busy in making the system, but we should not do such work that we are infected.

    These are the main reasons for corona control-

    • The state borders were sealed after the Corona started in March and then the lockdown, which came into force from 24 March. Inter-state and inter-district level vehicles were banned. Which is still there.
    • All persons coming from abroad were searched. Investigation done. Special attention was paid to contact tracing. Among them, more than 12 positives were found.
    • Masks, social and physical distancing were followed and got done by common people. During this time, the police was very strict.

    But now, carelessness has started appearing

    When people got permission to open all the shops from the market, people broke down. Saturday-Sunday was a total lockdown, he was also removed.
    Now common people have started forgetting to apply mask. Have already forgotten to follow social and physical distancing. Even if there is no need, people are leaving their homes. Walking in markets, streets and gardens.

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