Delhi Corona Update : Treatment facilities have started to appear dwarf in front of Corona in Delhi. Only 250 ICUs with ventilators are empty in Delhi. At the same time, there is no space left for patients in 60 hospitals. This information was received from the Corona dashboard online by the Delhi government. On Wednesday, 5 thousand 246 cases of infection were found in Delhi. Experts have feared the increase in the case due to rising cold and deteriorating air quality.
According to the news agency, Delhi’s hospitals that do not have a place include Kent’s Base Hospital, Northern Railway Hospital, Sir Gangaram Hospital, Batra Hospital, VIMHANS and Indraprastha Apollo Hospital. In less than a month, 2 thousand 300 lives have been lost from Corona in less than a month.
Continuously decreasing recovery rate
Once again new cases were more in the country and the number of cured patients was less. This increased the active case. In the last 24 hours, 44 thousand 699 new cases came, 36 thousand 582 patients were cured and 518 died. The number of patients being treated in this way increased to 7586 in the active case. This is the highest since August 19. Then 8847 patients had increased.
The total active case figure has also crossed four and a half lakhs after nine days. Earlier, on November 16, there were 4.53 lakh active cases. It was reduced to 4.37 thousand on 23 November. So far 92.66 lakh cases of corona have been reported in the country. Out of these 86.77 lakh patients have been cured and 1.35 lakh have died. These figures are taken from covid19india.org.
Second wave in 20 states
There are now 20 states in the country, where the number of active patients has started increasing again. It also includes Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Punjab, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala. In these states, more new cases are coming out of patients getting cured every day. Meaning, the second wave of Corona has sounded here. If the same situation prevails, then another wave may start in the entire country in the next 3-4 days.