Corona Pandemic: The Central Government is worried about the increasing cases of Corona in the country. In this connection, the Center has written a letter to 6 states and one union territory expressing concern over the increasing infection. The Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has written separate letters to the Principal Secretaries and Health Secretaries of Delhi, Karnataka, Telangana, Maharashtra, Kerala, Odisha, Tamil Nadu on Saturday.
In this letter, Rajesh Bhushan has given different information about the districts in each state where the Kovid infection has increased rapidly in the last one month. It has been said in this letter that all the states should take extra vigil in view of the upcoming festive season and strictly follow the Kovid norms.
Center also emphasized on vaccination
Along with this, it has been said in the letter that the states should make proper arrangements for the treatment of infected persons and follow the entire process. Apart from this, special attention needs to be paid to Kovid vaccination. States should send the collected samples of all suspected persons for genome sequencing. Bhushan has said in this letter that there is no shortage of any resource in the country to deal with Kovid, the states should make full use of it.
which festivals will be celebrated
Let us tell you that the month of August has started. Kanwar Yatra is taken out in the month of Saawan. During this also a large number of public participation takes place. The festival of Rakshabandhan will be celebrated on the day of Sawan Purnima. After this there will be a festival of Ganesh Chaturthi. Shri Krishna Janmashtami is to be celebrated in August itself. After this, festivals like Shardiya Navratri i.e. Durga Puja-Dussehra, Deepawali and Chhath will be celebrated in September-October-November.
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