Corona’s Havoc: Delhi Left These 8 Countries Behind, Uncontrollable Situation

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New Delhi: With the confirmation of Covid-19 among 3,788 people in Delhi in the last 24 hours, the number of corona virus-infected patients in the city has crossed the 70,000 mark. So far 2,365 people have died due to this infection in the city. Now Delhi has overtaken Mumbai badly affected by this virus. As of Tuesday, the total number of Covid-19 infections in Mumbai was 68,410.

In the case of corona infection, Delhi has been swallowed even further by 8 countries of the world. Delhi (Sweden, 62,324 cases), Belgium (60,898), Belarus (59,945), Egypt (58,141), Ecuador (51,643), Netherlands (50,012), Indonesia (49,009), Argentina (47,216), UAE (46,133) and Singapore ( 42,623) has also been left behind.

Delhi government changes Covid-19 scheme
Things are becoming uncontrollable with Corona in Delhi. The Kejriwal government has made a lot of changes in its Covid-19 scheme, which includes completing door-to-door investigations by July 6, recruiting an infected person from a more densely populated area to a care centre, CCTV and drones in the containment zone With the help of people, keeping an eye on the movement of people is included.

This is one of the eight points of the revised scheme, if the Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) report of a very suspicious person comes negative then it should be confirmed by a Gold Standard RT-PCR test. A high-powered committee constituted by Union Home Minister Amit Shah in its report on Sunday advised that all those exposed to Covid-19 patients in Delhi be kept in isolation, delimiting all containment zones so that the coronavirus in the national capital To prevent infection from spreading.

According to the revised plan, Covid-19 patients or cluster cases of areas with very dense population will be sent to COVID care centre under the guidelines of the Ministry of Health. The limit of the Containment Zone will be fixed by 26 June. According to the revised plan, door-to-door investigation in the Containment Zone will be completed by June 30, while the rest in Delhi will be completed by July 6. Delhi has 266 Containment Zones.

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