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Tuesday, 23 March 2021

Epidemic / Is Modi government considering lockdown again? Union Minister Javadekar has made a big statement

Epidemic / Is Modi government considering lockdown again? Union Minister Javadekar has made a big statement

And seeing the situation, people are wondering, will there be another lockdown in the country? This question was then answered by the Union Minister.

Will there be another lockdown in India?
Union Minister Javadekar said the government has no plans at present
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The Union Minister said that the Union Government was constantly getting information about the situation in the states where the condition of Corona had deteriorated.

No plans to impose lockdown: Javadekar

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At the same time, he said, Corona’s management measures have been seen by all since last year. If managed properly this time it will not spread. This means that the government has not taken any decision to impose a lockdown. The government is constantly monitoring the situation.

The vaccine will be given to all people over the age of 45 in the country

Amid rising cases of corona in the country, big news is coming about vaccination. From April 1, everyone over the age of 45 will be able to get the corona vaccine. The central government took the decision on Tuesday. So far, only people between the ages of 45 and 60 with serious illnesses have been vaccinated.

Prakash Javadekar gave information in the press conference

Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said in a press conference that people just have to register and they can easily get vaccinated at government and private centers.

So far 4.85 crore doses have been given: Javadekar

Javadekar said 85.8585 crore people in the country have been vaccinated against corona so far. In which 80 lakh people have been given both doses. 32.54 lakh doses have been given in the last 24 hours. Vaccination is in full swing in the country.

Vaccination is being done free of cost in government centers

Vaccination is underway at about 10,000 government centers and thousands of private centers in the country. The vaccine is being given free of cost at government centers, while at private centers at a rate of 250 doses per day.

More than 40 thousand cases in 24 hours

Corona has caused a stir across the country. Cases are growing rapidly in most states. More than 40,000 cases of corona have been reported in 24 hours amid news of the second wave of corona.

With a modest decline, 13 percent fewer new cases were reported than yesterday. According to figures released by the Union Health Ministry on Tuesday morning, 40,715 new cases have been reported in the country in the last 24 hours. The total number of infected people in the country has reached 11,686,796 so far.

How many active cases are there in the country at present?

Worryingly, the number of active patients has risen sharply, to less than 2 million last month. Now it has increased to 3 lakh 45 thousand 477. The number of active patients has increased by 10,731 in the last 24 hours.

How many patients have died in the country so far?

According to statistics, 199 patients have died in the last 24 hours, bringing the total death toll to 1,60,166. Since then, the death rate has dropped to 2 percent, from 1.37 percent.

How many patients have been cured in the country so far?

According to the health ministry, corona has occurred in 29,785 patients in the last 24 hours, of which 11,181,253 have recovered so far. The recovery rate from Kovid-19 infection is 95.67 percent.

Cases of which state are increasing rapidly?

Earlier, the Union Health Ministry had said on Monday that cases of corona were on the rise in Maharashtra, Punjab, Karnataka, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh, accounting for 50 per cent of new infections. Maharashtra, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Gujarat, Karnataka and Haryana are witnessing a sharp rise in the number of cases coming up every day, the ministry said.

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