After the worldwide spread of the Coronavirus to India, it was always a matter of concern as to how exactly the Indian Government is going to tackle the ongoing problem. It is one thing that the Indian Government deals with various diseases and viruses regularly. Still, it is another thing that this virus has proved to be another threat to India. The reason for this is that there is very high public exposure to the disease in India. Because of the Indian population, the capacity to fight against these viruses has been limited. Though the presence of the virus in India is a matter of concern to come up with a systematic plan is a different ball game, and the Department of Biosecurity (DBP) is working hard to come up with a comprehensive plan to deal with this deadly disease.
It is needless to say that the Indian Government has been trying to promote awareness about the presence of this disease in India and that the health care professionals are all over the country training people so that they are well aware of the virus. Even an online website has been launched in which different facilities are provided to people so that they can take preventive measures to avoid getting affected by the disease.
The way the graph is surging gives chills and gives us a sense of realization that it’s the beginning of something worst. Many individuals are ardent about their lifestyle and are giving importance to their trivial issues than residing abode.
As of now, 3.53 million cases have been registered worldwide, followed by the massive death rate, i.e., 248k.
India is one of the highly populous countries, and imagining the scarcity of happiness isn’t hard. It’s imperative to stay safe by following all the guidelines issued by WHO.