15 students of Udaipur IIM positive In two districts of Rajasthan, now the infection of the corona has become community spread. Here the average infection rate for the last 6 days (from 1 to 6 January) has crossed 6 percent. At the same time, there are 5 such districts, where corona has now become a threat, the rate of infection in these districts has reached near 3 percent.
Here, 15 students have come positive in Udaipur IIM. Of these, 13 do not have any symptoms of the corona. While 2 students have a mild cold and cold. The IIM Management has isolated the students who have come positive after the arrival of the Covid report. Separate rooms have been given to these students by making quarantine clusters.
A separate room is provided for each student. Along with this, they will now be given packaged food. According to experts, WHO believes that as long as the infection rate of corona in any country or state is below 3 percent, it is considered under control, that is, it can be controlled. When the infection rate goes above this, it is believed that the corona is now becoming uncontrolled.
At the same time, when the rate of infection crosses 5 percent, then it is believed that this community has started spreading. In such a situation, it becomes very difficult to do contact tracing as to where this infection came from in the person. In this situation, the corona is considered uncontrollable. Jaipur and Jodhpur are such districts in Rajasthan, where community spread has started.
Here the average infection rate for the last 6 days remains above 6 percent. The average rate in Jaipur has reached 8.03 percent and in Jodhpur, this rate has reached 6.26 percent. While the overall average rate in the state is still 2.82 percent. Apart from Jaipur, Jodhpur in the state, now the danger has started increasing in Alwar, Ajmer, Kota, Bharatpur, and Bikaner.
Here the average rate of corona infection for the last 6 days has reached between 2.5 to 3 percent. If we look at the district-wise situation, the average infection rate is 2.85 in Alwar, 2.53 in Ajmer, 2.46 in Kota, 2.46 in Bharatpur, and 2.67 percent in Bikaner.