13 and Murali Chapra 24 infected in Bairia – 13 and Murali Chapra 24 infected in Bairia

Bairia (Ballia). Corona’s chaos is nowhere to be seen in the Tehsil area. As of Wednesday, reports of samples shipped on April 26 and 27, 13 people from the Baria block and 24 from the Murali Chapra block reported positive reports of 37 people. Dr. Dev Niti Singh of the Murali Chapra Primary Health Center said two people from Sonbarsa, three from Krishna Nagar, Shivpur, Bajitpur, Dalki, Karna Chapra and the Murali Chapra block complex found 1-1 infected people. On the other hand, two people from Dalan Chhapra, two from Bhagwanpur, five from Bhagwan Tola, three from Daljit Tola and two from Bahuara were found to be infected with corona.
Dr. Prem Prakash of Kotwa Primary Health Center said 13 people from Chandpur were found infected in the Baria Block, 3 from Jamalpur, 1-1 from Srinagar and Madhubani, and two from Narayangarh and Chakia villages. The doctors said that immediate support teams had been sent to the respective villages. People who are infected over 60 years of age, over 45 years old and suffer from serious illnesses will be referred to the L2 hospital. While the rest are quickly quarantined by their regular monitoring team.

Bairia (Ballia). Corona’s chaos is nowhere to be seen in the Tehsil area. On Wednesday, reports of samples dispatched on April 26 and 27, 13 from the Baria block and 24 from the Murali Chhapra block received positive reports from 37 people. Dr. Dev Niti Singh of the Murali Chapra Primary Health Center said two people from Sonbarsa, three from Krishna Nagar, Shivpur, Bajitpur, Dalki, Karna Chapra and the Murali Chapra block complex were infected in the 1-1 report. A total of 24 people infected with corona were found, two from Dalan Chapra, two from Bhagwanpur, five from Bhagwan Tola, three from Daljit Tola and two from Bahuara.

Dr. Prem Prakash of the Primary Health Center in Kotwa said 13 people from Chandpur were found infected in the Baria Block, 3 from Jamalpur, 1-1 from Srinagar and Madhubani and two from Narayangarh and Chakia villages. Doctors said an immediate support team was sent to the respective villages. People who are infected over 60 years of age, over 45 years old and suffer from serious illnesses will be referred to the L2 hospital. While the rest are quarantined home by their regular home surveillance team.

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