Rajiv Gauba, the cabinet secretary yesterday, July 24, reviews the COVID 19 management in nine states. They include Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Karnataka, Assam, Odisha, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, and Uttar Pradesh.
He met with the chief secretaries and health secretaries of these states to discuss the rapid rise in the daily cases and the emerging concern areas. Five-point advice was given to these states to control the virus spread. It includes
- Increase testing in containment zones
- Delineation of containment zones from the other zones
- Intensive contract tracing of the contacts
- House to house search for the virus infection cases within containment zones
- To map the high-risk population of elders and those with comorbid conditions
The meeting concluded with advice emergently ramp up the testing, stringent implementation of containment plan, increase health infrastructure, and effective clinical management in these nine states.
Not only in these states, but most states, including Tamil Nadu, the people are suffering a lot without buses, and no way to feed their children and with a total uncertainty of what is going to happen in the future.
And with the skyrocketing of infections and deaths continuing across India, the future seems to be bleak for everyone now