He added that until the positivity fee reaches beneath 5 per cent and the caseload goes beneath 3,000 to 4,000 cases per day, residents cannot be comfortable.
“In the previous couple of days, the positivity fee has declined from 36 per cent to 19.1 per cent with the caseload additionally taking place from 28,000 per day to about 12,500. Until we attain positivity fee at beneath 5 per cent and caseload beneath 3000-4000 circumstances, we will not be comfortable,” Jain mentioned.
The well being minister additionally warned that the second wave remains to be very a lot there and about 80,000 assessments are being carried out daily.
When requested why testing numbers had decreased over the previous couple of days, the well being minister mentioned that because of the lockdown, folks aren’t popping out as they did earlier than.
“The wave may be very a lot there, however seemingly its peak is progressively declining since April finish. Each day about 80,000 assessments being carried out. Resulting from lockdown, folks aren’t popping out, whereas earlier folks have been going out with all people being examined,” he mentioned.
Jain additional knowledgeable that the demand for oxygen stays excessive though beds are much less, they’re out there.
“We have now about 23,000 beds of which 20,000 are occupied, It is an enormous quantity. Oxygen provide ought to proceed in any other case it is going to be problematic. We’re getting rather less than the requirement of 700 tonnes LMO,” he mentioned.