Indore: Madhya Pradesh positively counts the end of Lockdown 4.0 – Friday’s number of recoveries was higher than that of the new cases, and the number of corrective measures is more than 1,200 more than that of the active cases.
The Health Department bulletin reported 192 cases on Friday, however, 84 of which were reported by Indore the night before midnight, decreasing the number of days to 108. The recovery for that encouraging day was 219.
To increase the wave of hope, the cures were also more numerous than the new cases in the most affected areas in Indore. Just over two months after reporting on the first case of Covid-19, the number of patients recovered exceeded the number of patients on Thursday.
While 1,673 people were released in Indore (50% recovery rate), 1,545 are hospitalized.
MPs’ recovery rate rose to 55% and mortality rates dropped to 4.3%, though 13 more deaths were reported on Friday. This is still above the average national mortality rate of 2.9%. However, the recovery rate for MPs is better than the national average at around 49%.
Prime Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan urged doctors to further reduce the mortality rate through the best treatment. “All life is valuable to us. Even a minor disruption in treatment will not suffer,” he quoted at a review meeting on Friday.
“Make sure the scan is looking for contacts in the affected areas”
“To ensure that there is no wide community across the state, collectors must ensure intensive investigation, surveillance and testing and strict blocking in infected areas,” the CM said.
Of the 13 deaths reported Friday, four occurred in Indore and three in Bhopal. Covid-19 peaked to 334 but dropped to third among the states along with Maharashtra (2098), Gujarat (980), and Delhi (398).
According to the health newsletter, new cases have been reported in 20 of 51 districts, with Sagar (27) outpacing Bhopal (22). Ujjain has registered 19 new cases. While some states have obtained the cases of migrant workers in Covid-19, Chauhan has asked officials to be very careful not to allow the virus to spread to migrants in Madhya Pradesh.
“Provide proper controls and closure arrangements,” he said, adding that migrants should be provided with healthy food, clean water, fans, and services.
News Source: Times Of India