The Ministry of Health also warned about this and said a little neglect could be dangerous. In general, the image from the disturbing Corona appears in the midst of the second wave. The number has exceeded 60 thousand. Active cases are increasing. The hardest-hit state is in Maharashtra. The country’s ten provinces have the largest number of active cases. There are only eight districts in Maharashtra. There are 59,475 active patients in Pune, 46,248 in Mumbai, 45,322 in Nagpur, 35,264 in Thane, 26,553 in Nashik, 21,282 in Aurangabad, 16,259 in Bangalore, 15,171 in Nanded, 8,032 in Delhi, and 7,952 in Ahmednagar. In light of this, many countries are now taking stricter steps.
Bringing negative COVID-19 report from 12 states coming to Uttarakhand
In Uttarakhand, as of April 1, people coming from 12 states including Delhi will have to carry a negative RTPCR report for 72 hours to avoid any inconvenience. Given the increasing number of cases in the state, the state government gave this advice to these people. For this, the concerned district administration ordered that random testing and testing be conducted at railway stations, airports and border posts. Meanwhile, the mandatory 72 hour RTPCR negative report applies to Mahakumbh detained in Haridwar.
The increasing coronavirus cases in the state were reviewed by Prime Minister Tirath Singh Rawat and officials were asked to test those coming from states with high infection rates. Chief Secretary Om Prakash was advised to bring 72 hour negative RTPCR reports to those coming from these states. In this arrangement, people from 12 states including Delhi, as well as state residents, have been instructed to follow social distancing rules, wear masks and maintain hand hygiene.
More than 56 thousand injured, despite the lack of investigations during the holiday
Despite the lack of investigations on holiday, more than 56,000 infected people have been found in the country. On normal days, 11 lakh samples were tested, of which five percent had infected cases. On Holi day, there were four thousand fewer checks. Due to the increase in cases for the 20th consecutive day, the number of active cases increased to 5,40,720. In doing so, the country’s total cases increased to 1,20,95,855. Of these, 1.62,114 died.
70 positives in IIM Ahmedabad
The Indian Institute of Management (IIM) in Ahmedabad increased the number of injured to 70. Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation Health Officer Mihole Acharya said that 45 students, teachers and employees were found injured here on Sunday, and their number increased to 70 on Tuesday. . All the injured have been quarantined. IIM doctors and our team regularly monitor the positives that are found.
80% of the beds are booked in private hospitals in Mumbai
Mumbai. In Mumbai, 80 percent of the beds and ICUs of private hospitals have been reserved for Coronavirus patients. Also, BMC has acquired private hospitals. The state government has issued a notice to give 80 percent of oxygen to hospitals and 20 percent of oxygen to industries, which will remain in effect until June 30. Minister Aslam Sheikh said on Tuesday that BMC has more than 16,000 beds, of which 4,000 are empty beds. Due to the increasing spread of Corona, beds have been reserved in private hospitals. Private hospitals cannot recruit patients without informing BMC. If the instructions regarding the appointment of patients are not followed, drastic measures will be taken.
The Punjab government has extended the period of restrictions, and now school colleges will remain closed until April 10
The Punjab government extended the ban on Tuesday to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection and now schools and colleges will remain closed for the next 10 days. Prime Minister Amarinder Singh also ordered to speed up the investigation and vaccination against the Corona virus. Officials have told him that daily cases are expected to decline by mid-May.
According to a statement, the Prime Minister directed officials to locate sites for establishing mobile vaccination centers. On March 19, the Punjab government ordered a ban on people gathering in theaters, shopping centers and social events, as well as educational institutions that will be closed until the end of this month.
Another 65 people have died from Kovid-19 in Punjab.
COVID-19 has killed 65 more people in Punjab in the past 24 hours, with the state’s total death toll rising to 6,813 on Tuesday. 2,210 new cases of coronavirus were also reported in the state. According to this, there are 23,731 undertreated patients for Kovid-19 in the state. The maximum number of new cases from Amritsar, which is 331. 329 new cases were reported in Ludhiana, 310 in Jalandhar and 273 in Mohali.
Meanwhile, 10 patients died in Hoshiarpur district, seven in Ludhiana and seven in Jalandhar. Meanwhile, Chandigarh Union Territory said in a medical bulletin that two more Kovid-19 patients have died in the city.
2,173 new cases of Coronavirus in Madhya Pradesh
2,173 new cases of coronavirus were recorded in Madhya Pradesh, Tuesday, bringing the total number of people infected so far with the virus in the state to 2,93,179. An official at the Ministry of Health provided information on this topic.
The decision to impose a lockdown in Aurangabad has been postponed
The decision to impose a lockdown has been halted in Aurangabad, Maharashtra state. It was scheduled to go into effect on March 31. The Aurangabad district collector stated that we have submitted a proposal in this regard to the government in which information on new guidelines has been provided.
Night curfews will continue in four cities in Gujarat state
The Gujarat state government said it will keep the central guidelines in effect until April 30th. Apart from this, night curfews will continue until April 15th in four metro cities Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat and Rajkot.
The Gujarat government has extended the night curfew in effect in four cities to 15 days, i.e. April 15th. An official statement stated that the night curfew in effect in Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot will now be in effect from 9 am to 6 am until April 15.
She said that the government has expanded the application of the center’s guidelines for investigation and detection of the injured, and the implementation of the center’s guidelines on treatment and other measures. Due to the increase in Kovid-19 cases, the government increased the time for a two-hour night curfew on March 16, which has been in effect since November of last year.
And the local authorities decided later to extend that period for another hour. The night curfew was to remain in effect until March 31. On Tuesday, 2,220 new cases of coronavirus were reported in Gujarat.
All schools through UP’s eighth semester are closed until April 4
Prime Minister Yuji Adityanath has ordered the closure of all public and private schools up to Grade 8 until April 4 in light of the increase in COVID-19 cases in Uttar Pradesh.
A state government spokesman said Tuesday that Prime Minister Yuji Adityanath while reviewing the case of the Kovid-19 virus at a high-level meeting said that with the number of cases increasing in the state, all public and private schools are reaching class. Eight, the lockdown period must be extended from March 31 to April 4.
He said other schools must ensure full compliance with the COVID-19 protocol. The Prime Minister has instructed to take full vigilance in the state in light of Kovid-19. He said that the investigation into Corona must be carried out in full capacity.
Chhattisgarh is due to open
Due to the increasing number of Coronavirus cases in Chhattisgarh, the district administration has issued orders not to open stores at night in many areas of the state including the capital, Raipur, while in many other areas, a night curfew has been imposed. Officials gave information about this.
Raipur District Public Relations Department officials said the S. Bharatidasan complex has issued an order to keep all the county metropolitan bodies, including municipal institutions located within the Raipur border area and Bergaon, open within the specified time, to prevent coronavirus infection. he is.
According to the request, all types of permanent and temporary shops can be operated from 6 in the morning until 9 in the evening, restaurants, hotels and dhaba with inside dining from 8 in the morning until 10 in the evening and there are restaurants for take-out orders and delivery of orders to homes, the hotel, and Daba will be able to provide delivery facilities By 11:30 PM.
The total number of coronavirus cases in Andhra Pradesh has exceeded 9,000.
The total number of epidemics in the state surpassed 9,000 after the Coronavirus revealed 993 new patients on Tuesday amid the second wave of COVID-19 infection in Andhra Pradesh. The Ministry of Health said that the total number of coronavirus cases in the state has now risen to 9,00,805.
On October 23 last year in Andhra Pradesh, coronavirus cases reached 8,000, which has now risen to 9,000 after 158 days. According to the Health Department’s bulletin, 480 Covid-19 patients overcame the infection, while three patients died in the 24 hours ending at 9 am.
It states that 8,86,978 patients have become infection-free in the state while the virus has killed 7,213 people.
21 patients have died from coronavirus infection in Karnataka
With 2,975 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Karnataka on Tuesday, the number of infected people in the state rose to 9,92,779. According to the Ministry of Health, 21 patients died of Covid-19 virus in the state during the same period, after which the death toll rose to 12,541.
According to the department, 1262 patients were discharged from hospitals on Tuesday to recover, and 954,678 patients have been injured so far. The country conducted 106,917 tests for Kovid-19 on Tuesday. So far 2,13,02,658 samples of Coronavirus have been tested. Today, 1,984 new Kovid-19 patients have been reported in Bangalore (city) alone.
More than 6.24 crore doses of COVID-19 vaccine were provided in the country: Ministry of Health
More than 6.24 crore doses of Kovid-19 vaccine have been administered in the country. On Tuesday, 12,94,979 doses were given. This information was provided by the Federal Ministry of Health. According to the interim report of the Ministry of Trade Union Health, 82,00,007 health workers were given the first dose of the vaccine, while 52,07,368 health workers were given the second dose of the vaccine. Likewise, 90,08,905 frontline personnel were given the first dose of the vaccine, while 37,70,603 frontline personnel were given the second dose of the vaccine.