Talking about the new figures of Corona, 2,927 new cases of Covid-19 have been reported in India in a day, due to which the number of patients under treatment in the country has increased to 16,279. If seen, an increase of 643 has been registered in the number of patients under treatment in the last 24 hours.
The increasing cases of corona in the country are once again causing concern, in view of which many state governments have withdrawn the concessions given earlier. Meanwhile, today Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also holding a review meeting with the Chief Ministers of the states on the situation of Kovid-19 in the country through video conferencing. Talking about the new figures of Corona, 2,927 new cases of Kovid-19 have been reported in India in a day, due to which the number of patients under treatment in the country has increased to 16,279. If seen, an increase of 643 has been registered in the number of patients under treatment in the last 24 hours and 32 people have died due to infection across the country in the last 24 hours.
Update on Vaccines
Although the national rate of recovery of patients in India is 98.75 percent. Nevertheless, the central and state governments are adopting a very cautious approach in view of the way the cases of corona have picked up. Just a day ago, the Drug Controller General of India allowed the emergency use of the anti-Kovid-19 vaccine ‘Corbevax’ for children in the age group of five to 12 years and ‘Covavax’ vaccine for children in the age group of six to 12 years. Is. Talking about the ongoing vaccination campaign in the country, more than 86 percent of the adult population has been given both doses of the anti-Covid vaccine. With this, more than 188 crore doses of vaccine have been given in the country so far.
Meanwhile, it is reported that amidst increasing cases of corona virus in the national capital Delhi, the Delhi government has decided to intensify the campaign to comply with other COVID friendly practices including wearing of masks in public places. Officials said that so far more than 70 enforcement teams have been formed in 11 districts of the capital to check the violation of such rules. A senior official said earlier this month people were left unfazed after the fine for not wearing masks was lifted, but the government has reimposed the fine and violators are being closely monitored. Let us tell you that Delhi is one of those states where corona cases have increased rapidly. On Tuesday, 1,204 new cases of infection with corona virus were reported in Delhi, while one person died. Meanwhile, with the increase in the number of cases of Kovid-19 and expansion of the vaccination process, the Delhi government has continued the services of additional doctors and personnel till June 30 for immunization, testing, monitoring and management, among other things, in Kovid hospitals and district health centers. have decided to keep. Ajay Bisht, Deputy Secretary, Health and Family Welfare Department, issued an order in this regard following the directions of the Delhi Disaster Management Authority.
Cases also increased in Mumbai
At the same time, there is news of rapid increase in new cases of corona in Mumbai too. 102 new cases of corona virus infection were reported in Mumbai on Tuesday, which is the highest number of cases in a single day after February 27 this year. The number of infection cases in Mumbai has more than doubled in the last two days as 45 cases were registered in the city on Sunday.
In view of the increase in the cases of corona in Karnataka also, the Chief Minister of the state Basavaraj Bommai has indicated that the precautionary and surveillance measures may be re-imposed in the airports and border districts of the state based on the advice of the Centre. He appealed to the people to follow precautionary measures like wearing masks and maintaining social distance to control the spread of the virus. “Everyone has to follow the precautionary measures, there is no need to worry as the cases of hospitalization have not increased, but still we have taken some precautionary measures,” Bommai told reporters here. Responding to a question, he said the movement of people from neighboring Maharashtra and Kerala during the last three waves was a matter of concern.
fourth wave forecast
At the same time, Karnataka Health Minister K. Sudhakar has said that experts have predicted that the fourth wave of Kovid-19 may reach its peak after June and its effect will be till October. The minister said that the prevalent forms of the virus are said to be sub-genera of Omicron and an official report in this regard is likely to come in a few days. Sudhakar said, “IIT Kanpur is sharing data and reports. As per a report shared by him, the fourth wave is likely to start from the end of June, but things have started a month back. According to him, it is expected to peak after June, whose effect may last till September and October. Talking to reporters, the Minister said that the report submitted by him about the last three waves was largely accurate and the present report is also based on scientific data, and may be accurate.
booster dose required
Meanwhile, another study has come to light, according to which 70 percent of those who took a booster dose of the anti-Kovid-19 vaccine in India did not get infected with the corona virus during the third wave of the epidemic. The study, led by Dr. Rajeev Jayadevan, co-chair of the Indian Medical Association’s National Task Force on Corona Virus, said that 45 percent of those who were vaccinated but did not get a booster dose were infected with the corona virus during the third wave. So if you have fear, confusion about booster dose or you are avoiding taking precautionary dose due to wrong information, then be careful, if you are eligible then definitely get a booster dose so that the protection cycle of corona protection is with you. Keep making