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Hospital In Maharashtra Reopen Covid Wards Amid Fresh Rise In Cases Since October

Some private institutions in Mumbai are reopening COVID-19 wards as a result of the increase in corona cases. According to reports, some hospitals have increased testing and masking while keeping others on alert in reaction to an increase in COVID-19 cases. With 397 new cases reported yesterday, the number of active cases in Maharashtra has exceeded 2,000 for the first time since October. 21 of the 123 new cases in Mumbai are receiving oxygen assistance.

The CEO of Lilavati Hospital, Dr. V. Ravishankar, announced that a 15-bed triage unit and ICU have been set aside for Covid cases. In response to the increase, the hospital has implemented strict procedures for healthcare workers, including masking, especially for those who have direct patient contact.

A 10-bed ward has been built up at Bombay Hospital, according to Dr. Gautam Bhansali, for Covid patients.
Following the death of a 73-year-old man from the H3N2 virus last week, Pune in Maharashtra is also on high notice. The elderly guy was receiving care in the ICU ward at PCMC’s Yashwantrao Chavan Medical Hospital, according to sources.

A 10-bed ward has been built up at Bombay Hospital, according to Dr. Gautam Bhansali, for Covid patients.
Pune in Maharashtra is also on high watch following last week’s H3N2 virus-related death of a 73-year-old man. The elderly guy was receiving care in the ICU ward at PCMC’s Yashwantrao Chavan Medical Hospital, according to sources.

The first Covid death in West Bengal in more than three months has been recorded. Gobindo Kundu (72), a resident of the Nadia region, passed away on Saturday night.

According to sources in the state health department, the deceased was brought with complications to a private hospital in Kolkata. He was receiving therapy for his serious respiratory issues.

India recorded 1,890 new Covid cases earlier in the day, an increase from the previous day’s total of 1,590 cases.
The number of active cases in India has increased to 9,433, or 0.02 percent of all instances.
Seven Covid deaths have been recorded in the nation in the same time frame, with two deaths each from Gujarat and Maharashtra. Kerala has also reconciled three fatalities, bringing the total death toll to 5,30,831.

The weekly positivity rate is presently at 1.29 percent, and India’s daily positivity rate has been estimated to be 1.56%.

Delhi’s positivity percentage has increased to 9.13%. There are currently 528 active cases in the national capital, out of which 340 people are receiving home isolation care.

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