Corona outbreak: Government warns States says "The situation is changing rapidly"
The Center has written to the states saying that in the second wave, 20-23% of active cases required hospitalization, compared to 5-10% of active cases currently requiring hospitalization.
New Delhi: Amidst the increasing cases of Corona, the Central Government has written a letter to all the states. In this, the states have been asked to keep a close watch on the situation. In a letter to the states and union territories, Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said that in the current situation, only five to 10 percent of active cases require hospitalization amid the surge in corona cases.
Corona outbreak: Centre writes to States
The situation is changing rapidly and the pace of cases is also increasing day by day. In such a situation, the number of people admitted to the hospital can also increase rapidly. We have to be ready for this. All states and union territories are advised to keep a watch on the total number of cases and the number of active cases.
Corona in India:
The Center has written to the states saying that in the second wave, 20-23% of active cases required hospitalization, compared to 5-10% of active cases currently requiring hospitalization. Is Happening. Still, everyone needs to be alert. The number of people admitted to the hospital can suddenly increase. Things may change in the coming time.
The Center asked the states and union territories to monitor the total number of active cases, the number of hospitalized cases, the number of patients in home isolation, the status of oxygen beds, ICU beds and ventilator support on a daily basis. In view of the increasing cases of corona in the country, the government has issued these advisories to the states.
In the last 24 hours in India, 1,79,723 new cases of corona virus were reported, 46,569 recovered and 146 people died due to corona. The total number of cases in the country has gone up to 3,57,07,727.
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