New Delhi : The risk of corona virus is increasing continuously in the national capital Delhi. The cases of covid-19 are increasing daily. Not only this, the rapid increase in the positivity rate has also increased everyone’s concern.
According to the information received, the positivity rate of corona in Delhi has reached 6 percent, which is a frightening figure. Not only this, more than 1000 are being recorded continuously for the last few days in the daily case. This is the reason that the government has started taking some more steps along with restrictions to control the corona. Under this, from reserving private wards in AIIMS to implementing covid restrictions before the examination in schools.
Coronavirus In Delhi Private Wards Reserved In AIIMS Covid Guidelines Implements In Schools
Amidst the increasing threat of corona virus in the national capital, the AIIMS administration has decided to reserve two wards of AIIMS for covid-19 infected patients instead of dedicating its trauma center to covid.
Actually, at present only 3 patients of Corona are admitted in AIIMS
According to the order issued by AIIMS, at present, Geriatric and Pulmonary wards have been reserved for covid. At the same time, orders have been issued to shift the patients of these wards to the surgery ward.
Advice to impose curfew amid the speed of Corona
In the month of April, there has been an increase of more than 70 percent in the cases of corona. On Monday, 1 thousand 11 new cases of covid were reported in Delhi and with this the infection rate reached 6.42 percent.
This is the reason that now amidst the increasing pace of corona, health experts recommend that the Delhi government should impose curfew to prevent covid.
Explain that according to the rule, if the positivity rate of corona remains above 5 percent for 3 to 5 consecutive days, then the government can impose curfew. In such a situation, it is expected that soon the curfew can be implemented again in the capital.
Big action before exams in schools
Amidst the rising corona case in Delhi, the Delhi government had issued covid guidelines for all educational institutions. At the same time, in the capital, covid guidelines have been implemented in schools before the term-2 board examinations of the Central Board of Secondary Education starting from Tuesday.
Schools have made masks mandatory, along with social distancing is being followed in all activities including meetings. Not only this, thermal screening has also been made mandatory before admission in schools.