New Delhi: Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan has again warned the people. He has said that again negligence can be fatal for people during the coronavirus pandemic.
He says that during the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, cases of coronavirus have reduced after reaching its peak.
"It has certainly brought relief, but it is not a guarantee of stopping the infection. Therefore, there is a need to be more careful in during the unlock also," he said.
Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan was addressing a program in Delhi. During this, he said that unlock should not mean that the coronavirus pandemic is over. Rather, more care needs to be taken after the unlock.
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"It is very important to wear a mask properly and strictly follow the physical distance," he said.
Dr. Harsh Vardhan stressed on increasing the pace of vaccination and said that it has to be made more widespread.
"The central government has announced free vaccination for all adults in the country so that no one is left without a vaccine," he said.
Referring to the situation in Delhi, he said that when the situation here became uncontrollable, many other ministries and departments, including the Union Health Ministry, had brought the situation under control.
Fast work is being done on National Digital Health Mission
Dr. Harsh Vardhan told that since assuming office in 2014, PM Modi had presented the vision of Digital India in front of the country. Under this, the ambitious plan of the Ministry of Health, National Digital Health Mission, is being worked fast.
Regular reporting of death figures from coronavirus correctly
The Union Health Ministry on Friday said that it has been stressing the need for a robust reporting mechanism to regularly monitor the district-wise cases and death figures. The ministry said this two days after Bihar amended the cases of deaths due to coronavirus.
The Bihar government has included the death of 3,951 people in the figures, which were not reported. A sudden increase was seen in the death toll due to corona in Bihar. The state health department had put the number of people who lost their lives at 9,429 on Wednesday.