Lockdown 2.0 will end on May 3 but there is no guarantee that conditions will be normal like before. To this, the West Bengal Secretary have said, conditions after lockdown will be more challenging for the country than now.
There is nearly 70 percent of coronavirus cases that are asymptomatic in India. These cases are the biggest challenge for the country as identifying them is tough, said Rajiv Singa who is the Chief Secretary of WB.
This is the first significant remark regarding the post lockdown and after conditions of the country on coronavirus. Also, Rajiv Sinha said that there are no decision regardings what to do after lockdown ends.
Furthermore, there were allegations that the WB government is not co-operating. To this, Mr. Sinha dispels the allegations.
Moreover, The Inter-Ministerial Central Team asked the WB Chief Secretary regarding the efforts of the WB government in controlling the coronavirus spread.
To this, Sinha responded that there are 58 new cases of coronavirus in the state. These new cases occurred within the last 24 hours. However, the state has 334 active cases.
There are 15,784 persons under quarantine and the good news is that 11,089 people have completed the period of quarantine. The state has 66 hospitals where the treatment of coronavirus patients is ongoing. 12 labs for testing are there. The state has 150 containment zones so far.