Ranchi: Jharkhand Chief  Minister Hemant Soren  on Saturday said that the  peak of Coronavirus is yet  not over. The Chief Minister on  his social media page  wrote that as long as a  single Jharkhandi is dying  the peak is still there, the  danger is prevailing and  it is neither the time to  become happy or sit back  and relax. He said that the  recovery rate in the state  has gone beyond 90 per  cent and for the last few  days the infection rate  is around 4 per cent. He  said that these figures are  encouraging for the state  for which the healthcare  staff and each person  involved in the battle  against Coronavirus and  people of the state needed  to be congratulated. 

The Chief Minister said   that now the government  has accorded focus on  increasing the testing,  tracking and treatment in  rural areas. He said that  as part of preparations for  the third phase apart from  necessary steps are being  taken. He said that he was  aware of the fact that  people are facing problems  due to registration for  vaccines and all necessary  steps are being taken to  sort out the issue and soon  it will be solved. 

The Chief Minister  requested the people not  to come out of their homes  without masks. He said  that vaccines are being  provided from the taxes  paid by the people and are  completely safe therefore  they should come forward  to take the vaccination and  also encourage others to  do the same.