New Delhi: The uncontrollable pace of the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic in the country has now stopped. Coronavirus cases are decreasing daily in the country.
Markets are being unlocked with relaxation in lockdown in most states of the country. Meanwhile, a possible third wave is also being feared in the country in the coming times. The government is making elaborate arrangements for this.
Meanwhile, industry body PHDCCI on Wednesday suggested the government to work on a five-stage plan to prevent the possibility of a third wave of corona virus in the country. Let us know what are the five strategies on which the government has been advised by PHDCCI to act immediately.
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These are the 5 strategies to tackle the third wave of the coronavirus pandemic
The first strategy of the industry body PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI) is that the central government should implement a lockdown under the guideline in a district where the number of active cases is more than 500. Immediate lockdown should be imposed in a district where the number of active coronavirus cases is more than 500.
As per the suggestions of PHDCCI, the government should aim to vaccinate at least half of the population in the next 3-4 months.
Along with this, ensuring the adoption of strict rules like wearing masks, physical distancing and adopting strict norms and compliance for micro containment zones. Sanjay Aggarwal, president of PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said that this will help in containing the spread of infection within and outside a defined geographical area.
He said the next three months should be devoted to enhancing the capacity and quality of the country's health infrastructure on a war footing.
He said that the government should ensure adequate availability of oxygen, hospital beds - especially ICU beds - doctors and other medical personnel to save more and more lives.