India is becoming the epicentre of the global fight against COVID-19. Considering the possibility of coronavirus spreading in a highly populous country like ours, Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared a 21-day lockdown in India.
Social distancing was advised to be practiced pan India to curtail the spread of this deadly virus which has claimed thousands of lives all around the world.
India has drawn up a fight intend to battle the coronavirus pandemic that includes concentrating on states, urban areas and locale that need prompt attention, paying attention to practices from worldwide hotspots like Italy and Iran where the infection spread so rapidly that it was hard to control it.
Learning from Italy deaths, India has now geared up to fight the disease. Of course, there is a reason. Since the population of our country is just next to China’s, a disease like coronavirus could wreak havoc and cost thousands of lives. Due to the lockdown, the mortality rate has been low. While the cases are rapidly increasing, the mortality rate has been low. It is an achievement considering that we are a population of 133.92 crores (according to 2017 census).
The idea is to guarantee sufficient game plans being made for government and private emergency clinics, isolation wards, seclusion beds, intensive care units (ICUs), ventilators and individual defensive gear to battle a flood in contamination.
Delhi CM Kejriwal recently announced 5T Plan to curtail the spread of coronavirus. The 5T plan includes testing, tracing, treatment, teamwork and tracking. Prime Minister Modi is ensuring that India stays united to fight this deadly disease. Medical personnel are spending their sweat and blood to treat the patients which is even costing them their personal time with their families. Yet, all this is worth it as the deaths have been low and people are even getting healed from coronavirus.
The legislature has likewise ventured up local assembling of individual protective gear for the laborers and clinical gadgets, particularly ventilators.
At present, India is in stage 2. The government is doing its best not to let our country enter stage 3. As India is united to fight this deadly disease, chances are that we will control the spread of this virus. So far, the social distancing method has worked and the government of India is doing its best to not to let this disease spread further.
It is time we thank policemen and doctors for their selfless service.