Hapur News – 51% reduced active patients after 12 days in the district

51% of the active patients decreased after 12 days in the district
Hapur The number of active patients fell by 51 percent in the district 12 days after the second corona wave. On May 11th, there were 2,131 active patients in the maximum district, which is now reduced to just 1,077. At least 25 patients of the second wave were found on Sunday. Monitoring committees and mobile vans continuously monitor and sample the villages. The scope of the investigation has expanded, but the infection rate has fallen more than ever.
The second corona wave in the district began in the first week of April. On April 26th, 27 new patients were churned and the number continued to rise thereafter. On May 7, the Corona summit was recorded in the district. That day, 403 new cases were reported on the same day. While the peak of active patients remained on May 11th, the maximum number of 2131 patients were admitted to the isolation wards on that day.
But now there is a gradual improvement, as the number of new cases of infection has decreased, so has the number of active patients by 51% in just 12 days. This is the news of relief for the district. The news of great relief is that only 25 new active patients came on Sunday, while more than two thousand people were screened that day.
25 patients were found in the examination of 2073 people
On Sunday, the teams from the Ministry of Health examined 2,073 people in the district, and corona was confirmed in 25 patients. 755 people were screened by eight mobile vans, the corona was confirmed among 6 people. Seven patients from Antigen 1209, RTPCR through 857, TruNet were screened.
Patients found in these areas-
Khagoi, Kakodi, Indragadhi, New Shivpuri, Athasaini, Luhari, Dhanpura, Ghas Mandi, Chiddapuri, Kakrana, Police Line, Mahmadpur, Shanti Niketan School, Dadayara, Revathi Kunj, Vazhilpur, Indralok Colony, Pilkhuwa Dehiv, Pilkhuwa Dehiv.
Dr. Rekha Sharma, chief medical officer, said corona infection is now decreasing in the district. People need to be vigilant to keep the infection from spreading again. Social distancing, mask should be used. People who come into contact must complete the request.

51% of the active patients decreased after 12 days in the district

Hapur The number of active patients fell by 51 percent in the district 12 days after the second corona wave. On May 11th, there were 2,131 active patients in the maximum district, which is now reduced to just 1,077. At least 25 patients of the second wave were found on Sunday. Monitoring committees and mobile vans continuously monitor and sample the villages. The scope of the investigation has expanded, but the infection rate has fallen more than ever.

The second corona wave in the district began in the first week of April. On April 26th, 27 new patients were churned and the number continued to rise thereafter. On May 7, the Corona summit was recorded in the district. That day, 403 new cases were reported on the same day. While the peak of active patients remained on May 11th, the maximum number of 2131 patients were admitted to the isolation wards on that day.

But now there is a gradual improvement, as the number of new cases of infection has decreased, so has the number of active patients by 51% in just 12 days. This is the news of relief for the district. The news of great relief is that only 25 new active patients came on Sunday, while more than two thousand people were screened that day.

25 patients were found in the examination of 2073 people

On Sunday, the teams from the Ministry of Health examined 2,073 people in the district, and corona was confirmed in 25 patients. 755 people were screened by eight mobile vans, the corona was confirmed among 6 people. Seven patients from Antigen 1209, RTPCR through 857, TruNet were screened.

Patients found in these areas-

Khagoi, Kakodi, Indragadhi, New Shivpuri, Athasaini, Luhari, Dhanpura, Ghas Mandi, Chiddapuri, Kakrana, Police Line, Mahmadpur, Shanti Niketan School, Dadayara, Revathi Kunj, Vazhilpur, Indralok Colony, Pilkhuwa Dehiv, Pilkhuwa Dehiv.

Dr. Rekha Sharma, chief medical officer, said corona infection is now decreasing in the district. People need to be vigilant to keep the infection from spreading again. Social distancing, mask should be used. People who come into contact must complete the request.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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