New Delhi: Despite the growing threat of omicrons, Health Minister Satyendra Jain (Health Minister Satyendar Jain) in the country's capital Delhi (Delhi) announced last Monday that the Delhi government is actively monitoring the issue. Simultaneously, the Health Minister has ruled out the prospect of a city-wide lockdown. "The administration has already established a 'Graded Response Action Plan,' which will be executed when the case and transition rates rise," he added in a statement.
According to him, the Delhi government is looking into all those who have travelled from nations where the 'omicron' form has been detected. "At this time, there is no chance of a lockdown," the health agency stated in a statement. At the same time, the Minister said that 93% of the capital's eligible population has received the first dosage of the covid vaccination vaccine, with roughly 60% of the population having been fully vaccinated.
He further stated that the Delhi transition rate is presently nearing 0.11 percent. The graph in various colours will be used in four stages. The transition rate will be set at 5% to begin with. He also stated that a total lockdown will be implemented only if the percentage rises to 5%. As you are all aware, there have been incidences of omicrons in Delhi, and the situation has grown quite dangerous.