No fresh COVID-19 lockdowns recommended at local level: Government-appointed panel


    No fresh COVID-19 lockdowns recommended at regional level: Government-appointed panel

    As the coronavirus pattern in India sees a down chart in terms of fresh along with active cases, a government-appointed panel has actually suggested that no fresh lockdowns need to be imposed at district or state levels.

    ” No fresh lockdowns ought to be imposed on district or state level to consist of the spread of COVID-19 unless there is an imminent risk of healthcare facilities being overwhelmed,” stated a government-appointed committee chaired by IIT Hyderabad teacher M Vidyasagar.

    The committee has actually likewise declared that if all procedures are followed, the pandemic can be managed by early next year with very little active symptomatic infections by February-end.

    New coronavirus cases and deaths have declined in last three weeks, stated the chief of specialist panel collaborating efforts to deal with pandemic VK Paul, likewise a member of Niti Aayog.

    ” We can not rule out possible second wave of coronavirus infections in India in winter,” Paul included.

    He also said that once the vaccine is available, there will suffice resources for providing and making it accessible to people.

    ” In India, the new coronavirus cases and the variety of deaths have actually declined in the last three weeks and the pandemic has actually stabilised in many of the states,” Paul kept in mind.

    ” However, there are five states (Kerala, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and West Bengal) and 3-4 Union Territories (UTs), where there is still a rising trend,” he said.

    In a reassuring remark, Paul said that the country has adequate resources to provide the COVID-19 vaccine once it is made available.

    3 vaccines are in innovative stages of development in India, out of which 2 are in Stage II and one is in Phase-III. Indian Scientists and Research study Groups are working together and enhancing the research capabilities in neighbouring nations viz., Afghanistan, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Maldives, Mauritius, Nepal, and Sri Lanka.

    ( the heading, this story has actually not been published by Important India News personnel and is published from a syndicated feed.).


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