Corona virus in agra
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- It was feared that the corona infection would spread rapidly in December. It is a matter of relief for Agra that this has not happened. The rate of recovery has also increased.
Early in the last month of the year, doctors had feared that a third wave of corona may come. It can be faster than the first and second. The Health Department made preparations in view of this. Number of beds was increased in SN Medical College. But, it is a matter of relief that this has not happened.
In the beginning of November, 40 to 50 new patients were getting daily, whereas in December the average is less than 30 daily. This has also reduced the number of active patients. On December 1, it was 673, on 13 it was reduced to 335. The rate of infection has decreased, but the risk has not decreased. In such a situation, people should not leave vigilance.
13 December: 31 infected.
12 December: 25
11 December: 44
10 December: 44
09 December: 26
08 December: 20
13 November: 68
12 November: 61
11 November: 65
10 November: 71
09 November: 78
08 November: 67
Transition rate: 2.65 percent
Recuperation rate: 91.01 percent
Active Patient: 673
Infection rate: 2.52 percent
Recuperation rate: 94.88 percent
Active patient: 335 percent
District hospital doctor SK Verma said that in November, the investigation was done more in the fear of infection intensifying. Due to this, the patient was quickly traced and the treatment was received quickly. Those who recover from it have increased. The normal temperature in December is also a reason for the decrease in infection rate.
‘People become aware of immunity’
Dr. Nandan Singh of Rapid Response Team said that infected people are recovering quickly, it is also because people are becoming aware of their immunity. They are focusing on taking healthy food, doing yoga.
People should not leave vigilance – District Magistrate
District Magistrate Prabhu N Singh says that it is a matter of relief that the corona infection rate has come down, but people should not leave vigilance. Social distance and masking are mandatory.