Assam: CM Sarbananda Sonowal introduced the first dose of Corona vaccine, said - follow the guideline people
With the introduction of the second wave of corona vaccine, cases of corona are also increasing in the country. Meanwhile, today i.e. on 8 April, Assam's CM Sarbananda Sonowal took the first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine at the Medical College and Hospital in Gohati. Along with vaccination, he also made a tweet and appealed to people to take the vaccine.
In his tweet, he said that this vaccine is safe and will help us defeat this epidemic. I urge all the eligible persons of the state to get vaccinated and follow the safety precautions.
Took my first shot of # COVID19 vaccine at GMCH.
Vaccines are safe and will help us defeat this pandemic. I urge all eligible persons of the state to get vaccinated and continue following safety precautions. pic.twitter.com/xb2YI5MFJz
- Sarbananda Sonowal (@sarbanandsonwal) April 8, 2021
Kovid-19 case has become a matter of concern
Corona-related cases are on the rise across the country, at a time when the rising Kovid-19 cases have become a matter of concern for the Health Department of Assam, as the daily spike in infection cases reached 92 on Tuesday, which lasted several months. I am the highest. At the same time, health officials said that they are afraid that if the Kovid protocol is not faithfully followed in the state then the cases of corona infection may increase further.
On the other hand, election is believed to be the biggest reason for the increasing cases of corona in Assam. This election season saw widespread violation of the rules of social distance. The crowded crowd of people during election rallies has also increased the state's concern.
The arrival of air and rail passengers is the biggest concern for health officials
Assam NHM Executive Director Dr. Manoj Chaudhary said that the arrival of air and rail passengers is the biggest concern for the health authorities. Last year too, after the spike in other states outside the Northeast, cases of Kovid had increased in Assam and this time also, health experts fear that the cases may increase like last year. We fear that the infection may increase as cases of new Kovid are increasing in the western Indian states.