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Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur said that Kovid is not over yet. A large number of tourists from outside states are coming to Shimla, Manali, Dharamshala and other places. He is welcome. He urged the tourists to follow the rules of the Kovid protocol.
CM has also appealed to the Hotel Association to follow the SOP. He warned that tourists should come to Himachal, but do not do any such thing, due to which the situation here gets worse. He said that rioting by the tourists would not be tolerated. Those who rioted are behind the bars of the jail. The responsibility of monitoring traffic and congestion has been entrusted to DC and SP so that there is no possibility of corona infection.
Himachal ready for third wave of corona
The Chief Minister said that the State Government is fully prepared to deal with the third wave of Corona. The government has learned a lot from the second wave of Corona. He said that he does not want the third wave of Corona to come.
Expressing happiness, the Chief Minister said that the state has been successful to a large extent in the campaign of vaccination. If the supply of corona vaccine is maintained and more doses of vaccine are available to the state, then Himachal will be able to administer the first dose of the vaccine to 100% people by the end of July.
172 new cases of corona, one patient died
There have been 172 new positive cases of corona virus in the state. During this, an 80-year-old elderly woman has died due to infection in Mandi. A total of 3470 patients have died due to corona virus so far. On Wednesday 46 in Chamba, 33 in Kangra, 28 in Mandi, 20 in Solan, 15 in Shimla, 9 in Bilaspur, 6 in Kullu, 4-4 in Hamirpur, Lahaul-Spiti and Sirmaur districts and 3 in Una district Corona positive have come.
So far, a total of 203117 cases of corona virus have come positive in the state. Out of these, 198282 patients have become healthy while 159 patients have been cured. There are now 1338 active cases of corona virus in the state. The recovery rate has reached 97.61 percent.