Udupi: ‘Do not neglect coronavirus situation’ - DC Jagadeesha appeals to citizens


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Udupi, Apr 12: G Jagadeesha, deputy commissioner (DC) of the district, said that the second wave of coronavirus is spreading fast in many cities of the state. If this continues, it will be difficult to control the infection in the coming days.

In the video message that was given to the public on Monday April 12, the DC said, "Coronavirus situation is not under control in our district. I request the public with folded hands not to neglect the coronavirus second wave infection.

"Do not attend any public programmes and huge gatherings. Maintain social distance everywhere and wear face masks. Follow Covid guidelines strictly.

"For some days do not organize any programmes. If there are elders in your house, please get them vaccinated. Vaccination will also reduce the intensity of Covid.

"Last year, we lost 192 senior citizens due to the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic. In addition, we have faced shortage of beds and ventilators in the ICU. If we neglect the present situation, the earlier scenario will get repeated. Please see that senior citizens are safe at home,” he said.

 

 

 

 

 

  

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Tue, Apr 13 2021

    most banners and notices stress on mask, washing hands and social distance... however many countries are advising citizens now to 1. avoid crowded spaces 2. to avoid closed spaces 3. to avoid close contact (talking in close proximity to each other)..... mask is not a magic... in a crowded and packed bus, mask is not a protection... similarly in a closed space (e.g. small a/c room)...

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    The other day there was a report of some stone pelting by a drunkard at a Kolagajja ritual at night where a big crowd was in attendance defying strict rules of night curfew; how such events are allowed where possibility of cluster infection is highest?? Any answers?

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  • Karan, Katapadi/Dubai

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    Now, Election Rallies are over.... COVID virus is active again... please take care.....

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  • Strolfstwyn Felonious Menezes, USA/Gulf/Foreign-returned/Settled abroad/NRI/Green card holder/Malpe/Toranto

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    Dynamic DC ensuree Udupi was green zone for a record time last year. Hats off to this future leader of our great nation. I pray that the DC enforces a strict curfew and severely punishes the violater culprits under Disaster and Epidemic Acts. Go Coronaaaaaa.... GO!

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  • Francis Lewis, Sasthana

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    DC (Law maker) must wear Mask first

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    People who wish to commit Suicide are free to Roam on the Streets ...

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