Corona: 107 deaths in 25 days in the second wave – Corona: 107 deaths in 25 days in the second wave

Bhadohi A total of 137 people died in the first and second waves of Corona. 30 people died in the first wave. There were 107 deaths in the second wave. The reason for this should only be a hospital, Kovid L-2 level in the district. The special thing about Bhadohi District is that there is sufficient oxygen in the L-2 hospital of the MBS State Hospital. Even after that, there is no answer as to why deaths occur. If we count the deaths in Bhadohi from April 20 to May 15, there have been 107 deaths so far. That means there are 4 deaths in one day. What makes it special is that in order to give people good treatment for covid, the district administration has put five private hospitals in charge of the treatment, but the deaths have not stopped. If you are Dr. Listening to VK Singh, who is in charge of L-2 Kovid Hospital, most deaths were hospitalized after the patient’s condition worsened. He said most of the patients who could get to the hospital within five days of the onset of infection could be saved. Had the health department learned from the first wave, the number of deaths might have been lower. But until the second wave, neither the oxygen system nor the special Kovid hospital had been built in the district. This is why the district, with a population of around 17 lakh, is still operated today with the help of only one L-2 hospital. And if the chain of deaths is not stopped, it is believed that two L-1 hospitals will be built in Aurai and Suriyawan. Due to a lack of foresight, an oxygen system is currently being built in the L-2 hospital.

Bhadohi A total of 137 people died in the first and second waves of Corona. 30 people died in the first wave. There were 107 deaths in the second wave. The reason for this should only be a hospital, Kovid L-2 level in the district. The special thing about Bhadohi District is that there is sufficient oxygen in the L-2 hospital of the MBS State Hospital. Even after that, there is no answer as to why deaths occur. If we count the deaths in Bhadohi from April 20 to May 15, there have been 107 deaths so far. That means there are 4 deaths in one day. What makes it special is that in order to give people good treatment for covid, the district administration has put five private hospitals in charge of the treatment, but the deaths have not stopped. If you are Dr. Listening to VK Singh, who is in charge of L-2 Kovid Hospital, most deaths were hospitalized after the patient’s condition worsened. He said most of the patients who could get to the hospital within five days of the onset of infection could be saved. Had the health department learned from the first wave, the number of deaths might have been lower. But until the second wave, neither the oxygen system nor the special Kovid hospital had been built in the district. This is why the district, with a population of around 17 lakh, is still operated today with the help of only one L-2 hospital. And if the chain of deaths is not stopped, it is believed that two L-1 hospitals will be built in Aurai and Suriyawan. Due to a lack of foresight, an oxygen system is currently being built in the L-2 hospital.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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