Why do different variants of Coronavirus outbreak start in Kerala and Maharashtra and the number of patients increases?
New Delhi, July 21 : In Kerala and Maharashtra (Maharashtra coronavirus) Is attracting a large number of international tourists and inter-state transport. Hence the corona in these two states (Coronavirus) The number of infected people is increasing exponentially. Indian Medical Association viz IMA The National President of the Supreme Association of Doctors of India, Dr. J. A. Jayalalithaa expressed this view on Tuesday (April 20). Although the number of people infected with Covid-19 is high in Kerala, the death rate due to it is much lower than the national average, said Dr. J. A. Jayalal said.
Due to the lack of a clear policy on lockdown in Kerala, the situation of corona in that state is out of hand. Jayalal said. In Kerala, lockouts are held at intervals of two days a week. So the market crowd stays. Everyone, including the health department, demands that the lockdown be implemented everywhere and in the same way for all, ‘he said.
IMA President Dr. J. Jayalalithaa (Dr JA Jaylal) said, ‘We are not saying that lockdown should be implemented in the entire state; But it should be applied evenly. Crowds need to be controlled. We are waiting for the Supreme Court’s response on this issue.
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Meanwhile, on the backdrop of Goat Eid, the Kerala government relaxed restrictions on corona bans. The Supreme Court slammed the government for that. The Supreme Court has ruled that the Kerala government’s decision to relax restrictions even in areas where the incidence of infection is high is completely unreasonable. The court said the decision was a pity as it succumbed to pressure from traders. The court also ruled that the decision was unforgivable. The government was also warned that action would be taken by the Supreme Court if the relaxation of restrictions led to an increase in corona infections in the state.
Justice R. F. Nariman and Justice b. R. Gawai’s bench said that the Kerala government has increased the risk of an epidemic in the country by relaxing the coronary restrictions on the backdrop of Bakari Id. The bench also said that strict action would be taken by the court if anyone lodged a complaint of increased infection due to relaxation of restrictions.
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“We are directing the Kerala government to focus on the right of citizens to live a safe life as per Article 21 of the Constitution,” the court said.