The caller tune
Government found less cases of covid 19 so the health ministry provided guidelines to stop the caller tune on Coronavirus awareness and precaution. The caller tune of CoVID 19 was started 2 years ago when India was suffering from the Coronavirus pandemic . From the direction of the government, Bharti Airtel, BSNL, Reliance jio and Vodafone Idea have two replaced their caller tune in March 2020.
Modified caller tune
In the beginning featuring the voice of Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan, the caller tune was to spread awareness like wearing face masks, using hand sanitisers and maintaining social distance to decrease the rate of virus transmission.
In January 2021, the caller tune was changed to promote the government vaccination’s drive. “The new year has brought a new ray of hope in the form of vaccines. Vaccines developed in India are safe, effective and will provide immunity,” it stated.
The caller tune was further modified in October last year to mark the success of the vaccination drive, as the countrywide inoculation numbers crossed the 100-crore milestone.
India has so far administered over 180 crore doses of COVID-19 vaccine, with around 83 percent of the adult population being double vaccinated. Up to 98 percent of the citizens aged above 18 have taken at least one dose, the government said.
India’s CoVID 19 cases decreased over the past few days. The daily data has remained below 2,000 for the past nine days. As per the last update provided by the state health department on March 28th, a total of 1,421 new cases were reported in the last 24 hours. The daily positivity rate dropped to 0.23 percent.
Diminution slacken as CoVID 19 cases reduce
As cases of covid-19 are reducing the government has been losing restrictions . Restaurants, shopping complexes, cinema halls and theaters will be allowed to function at full capacity in 14 districts, including Mumbai.Swimming pools, religious places, entertainment parks can also function at 100% capacity in the 14 districts.
The Coronavirus cases are decreasing every month after a big revival reported in cases earlier, driven by the Omicron variant of the virus. (ANI)