Uttar Pradesh to admit Covid-19 negative patients

The Uttar Pradesh government said on Saturday that such patients will be treated in different wards in government treatment centers set up in the state, which states that many patients have shown lung damage despite suffering from severe disease. .

This measure was taken because patients were not treated in government hospitals due to the government’s investigative report or because of non-government centers at non-government centers.

Uttar Pradesh to admit Covid-19 negative patients with symptoms at special wards
Uttar Pradesh to admit Covid-19 negative patients with symptoms at special wards

“Over the past few weeks, we have identified various individuals who have confirmed Kovit negatively, but based on their reports on X-rays, CT scans or blood tests, doctors suspect they are infected. He has a corona virus. Along with this, these patients are not being treated due to negative test report in government hospitals and are facing difficulties in getting admitted to non-government hospitals due to symptoms. Of coronovirus … Many experts and health officials agree that patients who do not confirm positively in the government’s investigative report but appear to be infected with the virus are referred to Govit as well as other positive patients. Must be treated … It will be kept in separate wards in these centers, ”Additional Secretary (Health) Amit Mohan Prasad wrote in a letter to all district magistrates and health officials.

The letter further states that the decision to treat these patients will be taken after consultation with the Department of Medical Education.

Meanwhile, Goa has had the highest number of deaths per day since the outbreak last year. 120 people have died in the last 24 hours, taking the total death in the state to 9,703 on Saturday.

According to the Bulletin of the Health Department, Lucknow has the highest number of deaths (36). The number of active cases in the state has now crossed 1.70 lakh and 27,357 people have tested positive in the last 24 hours. Lucknow has 5,913, Prayagraj 1,977, Kanpur 1,826 and Varanasi 1,664. At least 56 other districts reported more than 100 positive cases a day.

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The Uttar Pradesh government said on Saturday that such patients will be treated in different wards in government treatment centers set up in the state, which states that many patients have shown lung damage despite suffering from severe disease. .

This measure was taken because patients were not treated in government hospitals due to the government’s investigative report or because of non-government centers at non-government centers.

“Over the past few weeks, we have identified various individuals who have confirmed Kovit negatively, but based on their reports on X-rays, CT scans or blood tests, doctors suspect they are infected. He has a corona virus. Along with this, these patients are not being treated due to negative test report in government hospitals and are facing difficulties in getting admitted to non-government hospitals due to symptoms. Of coronovirus … Many experts and health officials agree that patients who do not confirm positively in the government’s investigative report but appear to be infected with the virus are referred to Govit as well as other positive patients. Must be treated … It will be kept in separate wards in these centers, ”Additional Secretary (Health) Amit Mohan Prasad wrote in a letter to all district magistrates and health officials.

 

The letter further states that the decision to treat these patients will be taken after consultation with the Department of Medical Education.

Meanwhile, Goa has had the highest number of deaths per day since the outbreak last year. 120 people have died in the last 24 hours, taking the total death in the state to 9,703 on Saturday.

According to the Bulletin of the Health Department, Lucknow has the highest number of deaths (36). The number of active cases in the state has now crossed 1.70 lakh and 27,357 people have tested positive in the last 24 hours. Lucknow has 5,913, Prayagraj 1,977, Kanpur 1,826 and Varanasi 1,664. At least 56 other districts reported more than 100 positive cases a day.

Among the active cashiers, Lucknow has the highest – 44,485 – followed by 15,229 in Prayagraj, 14,080 in Varanasi and 10,017 in Kanpur.

Additional Chief Secretary (Information) Navneet Sehgal, State Director General of Police (DGP) Hidesh Chandra Awasthi and District Magistrate of Lucknow (DM) Abhishek Prakash also tested positive.

 

The Uttar Pradesh government on Saturday announced a 35-hour curfew reduction due to the increasing number of government cases in the state. The curfew order was announced from 8 pm on Friday to 7 am on Saturday.

Additional Chief Secretary (Home) Avnish Kumar Awasthi said that all continuous processes of businesses would be allowed to run and employees would be able to travel to workplaces.

“All industries, except those closed for the weekend on Sunday, will be open. All weddings scheduled for the weekend can have up to 50 people indoors and 100 people in the open with a card. People must take all precautionary measures. The measures should follow. He stated that the use of masks, social distance and sanitis according to the SOP.
Awasthi said, “Elections like NDA are allowed and the selectors and candidates will have to carry their identity cards. Their agitation will be allowed automatically by the district administration and police.” Capacity. “No more than 20 people will be allowed for cremation or cremation at the grave,” he said.

410 new cases in Chandigarh

Two deaths and 410 new cases were detected in Chandigarh on Friday by RT-PCR and rapid antigen testing. The number of cases in the city increased to 33,309 with 3,414 cases. Meanwhile, the death toll rose to 410 at Seema Medical Campus, Mohali, with a 52-year-old woman suffering from acute respiratory infections and acute respiratory depression and a 57-year-old man suffering from acute respiratory infections and chronic obstructive pulsary. Disease, GMCH 32. Two of the Section 56 residents died.

A total of 3,58,865 samples were tested, with 3,025 samples tested in the last 24 hours. Cases have been registered from each department, including 37 new cases in Manimajra, 23 cases in section 45 cases, 15 cases in section 38 and 41 cases, 14 cases in section 22 cases, 13 cases in Ramdarbar, 12 cases in section 44. Have been made. And 11 cases each. In sections 19 and 42. There are 438 people
The city recovered from the plague.

According to the data, 27,886 people out of every 10 lakh in Chandigarh have tested positive for the virus. The death rate was 1.2 percent. At least 3,01,815 samples were tested for every 10 lakh people of Chandigarh.

The recovery rate was 88.3 percent. For every 100 cases confirmed, 88 were recovered from the virus. In the last one week, the number of new infections has increased by an average of 1.3 percent.

Government commentary

2,008 people, aged 46–60, received their first dose of vaccine on Saturday, and 597 seniors were vaccinated.

Since March 1, 44,190 people aged 60–60 have been vaccinated, compared to 37,210 for those aged 45–60.

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