The Ministry of Home Affairs said on Monday that so far 5 lakh migrant laborers, students and tourists stranded in various places of the country have been taken to their homes by 468 workers special trains. The joint secretary of the ministry, Punyasila Srivastava, said that now for the next 2 weeks, at least 100 laborers are required to run special trains daily. A strategy has been prepared for this. State governments will also transport people on foot to their homes.
Srivastava said that a meeting was held on Monday with the chief secretaries and health secretaries of all states and union territories. In this, everyone has been instructed to provide all possible help to the migrant laborers. Prevent them from using rail tracks. If a large number of workers are seen walking then arrange a special bus to reach their house.
6% increase in recovery rate in 11 days
Health Ministry’s Joint Secretary Love Aggarwal said that 4213 cases have increased in the last 24 hours. At the same time 1500 people have recovered. The recovery rate is constantly increasing. There has been an increase of 6% in the last 11 days. The recovery rate on May 1 was 25.37% which has now reached 31.5%.
Last 9 days review rate
Discharge will be done for three days if fever does not occur
Aggarwal informed that Corona has released a new guideline for the infected. According to this, if people who have less symptoms do not get fever for three days, then they will be discharged from the hospital. However, such people will be kept in isolation for seven days. At the same time, people who already have immunity problems like HIV will be discharged only after they are completely cured.