The number of people infected with this virus has increased to 1,25,101 in India. In the past 24 hours, 6,654 new cases of corona have been reported and 137 people have died. For the first time in the country, such a large number of corona cases have been reported in 24 hours.
Coronavirus infection is increasing in India. Despite the continuous efforts of the government, the number of patients continues to increase every day. According to the Health Ministry data, 6,654 new cases came in the last 24 hours and 137 people died. If we talk about Mumbai only, then the number of infected here has reached close to 29 thousand. In the last 24 hours, there were 1566 new cases in Mumbai and the total number of infected here has reached 28817.
Record cases in the country today
The number of people infected with this virus has increased to 1,25,101 in India. In the past 24 hours, 6,654 new cases of corona have been reported and 137 people have died. For the first time in the country, such a large number of corona cases have been reported in 24 hours. So far 3,720 people have died, although 51,784 patients have also been successful in beating the disease. The recovery rate is steadily improving. It has reached 41.39 percent. However, its patients have come out from all the states of the country, although there are many states which have been free from this epidemic.
70 percent of cases registered from 11 municipal corporations
According to the Union Health Ministry, 70 percent of the total new cases coming to the country are being registered from 11 municipal corporations. In this connection, on Saturday, Health Secretary Preeti Sudan held a meeting with the commissioners of 11 municipal corporations of Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Rajasthan through video conferencing.
The emphasis is on testing
The meeting discussed successful measures being taken to prevent the spread of corona infection in all cities and asked to implement it in the affected corporations. In Mumbai, it was advised to start a portal to coordinate between private hospitals and government hospitals and record the status of available beds. Preeti Sudan emphasized on testing in the affected areas, saying that contact tracing here should be speeded up so that corona positive patients can be detected and treated at the earliest. At present, there are more than 1 lakh corona testing in India every day.
Given the example of Indore
He said that the attitude of the people towards the patients of Corona should also be changed, and society should cooperate with each other. Giving the example of Indore, the secretary said that survey work is being done from house to house here, so that it is possible to find patients at the primary stage itself. This has helped to prevent the spread of infection, as well as the timely treatment of patients.