New Delhi: The Ministry of Home Affairs has extended the guidelines issued for monitoring of Covid-19 (MHA Guidelines for COVID-19 surveillance) till 31 January 2021. According to the guidelines of the Ministry, the container zone will continue to be carefully demarcated. Along with this, it will be necessary to strictly follow the prescribed preventive measures within these zones. Covid-19 appropriate behavior will be promoted and strictly implemented.
However, it has been said by the ministry that there have been a steady decline inactive and new Covid-19 cases. But monitoring, prevention, and caution need to be maintained keeping in mind the surge in cases globally and the type of virus found in Britain. It has been said by the Ministry of Home Affairs that for any activity, it is necessary to follow the instructions given in the standard operating procedure issued for it.
More than 20 thousand cases came into the country
Let us know that after 20,021 new cases of Covid-19 in India, infection cases in the country increased to 1,02,07,871 on Monday, out of which more than 97.82 lakh people have become infection-free. According to the latest data released by the Union Health Ministry at eight in the morning, after the death of 279 more people, the death toll increased to 1,47,901.
According to the data, with 97,82,669 people becoming infection-free, the recovery rate of patients in the country increased to 95.83 percent. The death rate from Covid-19 is 1.45 percent. The number of people under treatment in the country for the seventh consecutive day is less than three lakhs. At present, 2,77,301 people are undergoing treatment for the coronavirus, which is 2.72 percent of the total cases.
In India, the number of infected had crossed 20 lakh on 7 August, 30 lakh on 23 August and 40 lakh on 5 September.
At the same time, total cases of infection had crossed 50 lakh on 16 September, 60 lakh on 28 September, 70 lakh on 11 October, 80 lakh on 29 October and 90 lakh on 20 November and one crore on 19 December.