Mon. Mar 1st, 2021


JAIPUR: Rajasthan chief minister Ashok gehlot appealed to the people on Tuesday to follow all protocols related to coronavirus as cases surge in some states and detection of new strains. The chief minister said that the pandemic was under control in Rajasthan, but caution was needed.
India has recorded a steady rise in Covid-19 active cases over the past few days, sparking fears of a second wave and prompting the center to direct them to refocus on strict monitoring, containment and RT-PCR-testing.
“Corona cases are rapidly increasing in Maharashtra, Kerala and Madhya Pradesh,” Gehlot tweeted. “Cases of new strains from South Africa and Brazil have also been found in the country apart from the UK strain of corona.”
Gehlot pointed out that cases of the pathogen had started increasing in the country at the same time last year, underlining the need for the people to follow all the safety protocols.
“The corona pandemic is under control in Rajasthan so far, but there is a need to stay very careful,” he said.
The chief minister asked people to get tested and isolated if there were any symptoms, saying a bit of carelessness could cause trouble for everyone.
The virus has so far claimed 2,785 lives in the state and 3,20 lakh people have 3,19,626 tested positive till Monday. The number of active cases is 1,206.
India’s tally of Covid-19 cases surged to 1,10,16,434 with 10,584 new infections, while the toll increased to 1,56,463 with 78 new fatalities, the health ministry said on Tuesday.

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