The world has been facing the wrath of Covid-19 pandemic since the beginning of 2020 and the whole world has been trying to contain and tackle the virus in the best possible way. China, in particular, has been trying to tackle the virus in an effective way with its Zero Covid policy, where it imposed strict lockdowns and mass testing.
But, the country is now reportedly struggling to contain a surge in Covid-related cases after an abrupt shift from its earlier Zero Covid policy. The surge in Covid-19 cases in China has raised concerns in India and a top Indian health expert has warned the people to be prepared and keep a close vigil on the situation in the country.
However, the expert has also said that there is nothing to panic about as the country’s system is “vigilant”. The Chinese government has been taking strong measures to counter the spread of the virus and has stepped up its quarantine efforts in different parts of the country. It has also started mass testing and contact tracing programs to contain the spread of the virus.
To combat the situation, the Chinese government has also announced a major plan to vaccinate citizens against the virus and has been rolling out the vaccines in phases. In addition to this, the government has also stepped up its efforts to maintain social distancing norms, enforce masks, and other preventive measures.
People in the country have also been asked to avoid travelling, maintain hygiene, and adhere to all the safety protocols to prevent the spread of the virus. Despite the measures taken by the Chinese government, the Covid-19 cases have been increasing rapidly in the country. The number of daily cases have been on the rise recently and people have been warned to remain vigilant and take all the necessary measures to prevent the spread of the virus.
The surge in Covid-19 cases in China is a cause for concern and people should take necessary precautions to protect themselves. It is also important to keep a close watch on the situation in the country and maintain strict safety protocols to protect yourself and others.