Coronavirus has become a big problem for the country. In India, 1,79,88,637 people have contracted the Coronavirus. While 2,01,165 people lost their lives.
Due to the rapid spread of Corona infection, the central government may impose a lockdown in the 150 worst-affected regions of the country. According to reports, the Modi government is considering imposing a lockdown in regions where the infection rate is over 15 percent.
However, the central government’s decision in this regard will only be made after consultation with the countries concerned. The Ministry of Trade Union Health recommended that the council be closed at a high-level meeting tomorrow.
The Federal Ministry of Health, for its part, has suggested that 150 regions in the country with an infection rate of more than 15 percent will have to impose a lockdown with the easing of basic services, otherwise the burden on the health system will increase.
PM Modi also described the lockdown as a last resort to prevent infection. These days, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi Karnataka, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat and Rajasthan have reported the highest number of coronavirus cases.