Punjabis' 'No Worries' Attitude Delaying COVID Testing: Amarinder Singh

Amarinder Singh saud Punjabi angle of ”koyi gal nahin” was inflicting delay in testing.

Chandigarh:

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh stated Tuesday the Punjabi angle of ”koyi gal nahin” was inflicting folks to delay their COVID-19 testing till it turned inevitable, warning them it may show detrimental in some instances.

Mr Singh blamed the angle for the higher-than-Haryana mortality fee in Punjab.

He stated he had conveyed this to Prime Minister Narendra Modi too earlier Tuesday.

“The priority at current, nevertheless, was the rising variety of Covid instances within the state, with the Punjabi spirit of ”koyi gal nahin” (no worries) inflicting folks to delay going for testing and therapy,” stated Mr Singh.

He was addressing a digital assembly with business leaders, together with Hindustan Unilever Ltd CMD Sanjiv Mehta, Biocon’s Government Chairperson Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw and Tech Mahindra MD CP Gurnani.

Earlier throughout a video convention with Prime Minister Modi to evaluate the COVID-19 scenario, the chief minister stated the instances within the state have reached 24,891 with 604 deaths.

Mr Singh stated the state had seen instances go up from 500 to 1,000 in two weeks, with the positivity fee of the final 5 days at 8.73 per cent.

The vast majority of instances have been being reported from Ludhiana, Jalandhar and Patiala, although they have been rising in all districts, he stated.

Micro-containment zones have been being elevated in excessive incidence districts like Ludhiana, Patiala and Jalandhar, he added.

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