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Six die due to lack of oxygen in the record boom of infection

The daily rate of coronavirus infection in the country has doubled to 16.69 percent in 12 days while the weekly infection rate has reached 13.54 percent in a month. This information was given by the Ministry of Health on Sunday. Meanwhile, six patients admitted to the intensive care room (ICU) ward of Kovid-19 Center died in a traumatic incident at a government hospital in Shahdol district as pressure from medical oxygen supply waned.

Six patients admitted to the Corona Intensive Care Cell (ICU) ward died due to reduced pressure of medical oxygen supply at the hospital in Shahdol district of Madhya Pradesh. The incident took place on Saturday-Sunday night at Government Medical College, about two kilometers from Shahdol district headquarters. Dr. Milind Shiralkar, dean of the Government Medical College said that there were 62 serious patients admitted in the ICU ward of the Kovid-19 Center of the Medical College. Six of these patients died late last night due to the reduced pressure of liquid oxygen. He said that the other serious patient is safe.

Shiralkar said that experts have been called and the cause of the incident is being ascertained. He said that Shahdol Medical College has an Oxygen plant with a storage capacity of 10 KLD. For this, liquid oxygen comes from outside states because it is not produced in Madhya Pradesh. Shiralkar told that till late Saturday evening
As the oxygen was running out, the institution that provided the liquid oxygen was constantly in contact, but the vehicle did not arrive until late at night with the liquid oxygen, which reduced the oxygen pressure given to the patients. He said that the problem of lack of oxygen has arisen for the last few days.

Meanwhile, Madhya Pradesh Congress President Kamal Nath targeted the BJP-led government of the state led by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan and said that now the sad news of the death of people due to lack of oxygen in Shahdol. In Bhopal, Indore, Ujjain, Sagar, Jabalpur, Khandwa, and Khargone, the government will not wake up even after people die due to lack of oxygen. After all, how long will there be death due to lack of oxygen in the state?

He said that Shivraj ji, how long will you continue to lie by serving wrong figures on the supply of oxygen. The God of the masses is dying every day. This is the situation all over the state and there is a huge crisis of oxygen in most places. On the other hand, according to the data released by the Union Health Ministry, 78.56 percent of the new cases of the corona were registered in ten states in the country. These include Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, and Rajasthan.

In a statement issued by the ministry, it said that the rate of daily infection has increased from eight percent to 16.69 percent in the last 12 days. The national weekly transition rate has increased from 3.05 percent to 13.54 percent. According to the ministry, Chhattisgarh has the highest weekly infection rate of 30.38 percent, followed by 24.24 percent in Goa, 24.17 percent in Maharashtra, 23.33 percent in Rajasthan, and 18.99 percent in Madhya Pradesh.

The number of patients undergoing treatment in the country has increased to 18,01,316, which is 12.18 percent of the total infection. Five states (Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, and Kerala) account for 65.02 percent of the total under-treatment patients in India. The ministry said that after recovering from the infection of 1,38,423 more people, the number of people who have recovered from the disease has increased to 1,28,09,643. In nine states and union territories, there is no news of a single person dying from Corona. These states include Dadra Nagar Haveli and Daman Diu, Meghalaya, Tripura, Sikkim, Mizoram, Manipur, Lakshadweep, Nagaland, and Arunachal Pradesh.

One-third of total corona cases in the world on Saturday

The total number of infections reached 1,47,88,109, with 2,61,500 new cases of Coronavirus infection reported in the country in a single day. At the same time, the death toll has increased to 1,77,150 due to the death of 1,501 more infected people. On Saturday, one-third of the total corona cases in the world were reported in India. There were 7,83,709 new cases reported in the world.

According to the data released by the Union Health Ministry at eight o’clock on Sunday morning, the cases under treatment have crossed 18 lakh. Infection cases have increased on the 39th day in a row. The number of under-treated patients in the country has increased to 18,01,316 which is 12.18 percent of the total cases of infection while the rate of recovery of infected people has come down to 86.62 percent. According to statistics, the number of people recovering from this disease has increased to 1,28,09,643 and the death rate has fallen to 1.20 percent. According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), 26,65,38,416 samples have been tested till April 17, of which 15,66,394 samples were tested on Saturday.

Of the 1,501 infected deaths in 24 hours, 419 were from Maharashtra, 167 from Delhi, 158 from Chhattisgarh, 120 from Uttar Pradesh, 97 from Gujarat, 80 from Karnataka, 66 from Madhya Pradesh, 62 from Punjab, and 39 were from Tamil Nadu. Infection caused 37-37 deaths in Rajasthan and Uttarakhand, 34 -34 in Bihar and West Bengal, 32 in Haryana, 30 in Jharkhand, 27 in Kerala, 15-15 in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. And 12 people died in Himachal Pradesh.
Rhythm said that out of the total 1,77,150 people who died due to corona infection, 59,970 were from Maharashtra, 13,270 from Karnataka, 13,071 from Tamil Nadu, 11,960 from Delhi, 10,540 from West Bengal, 9,703 from Uttar Pradesh, 7,834 from Punjab. And 7,388 were from Andhra Pradesh.

Engineering joint entrance exam postponed

Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank on Sunday said that the Engineering Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) main, scheduled to be held from April 27 to 30, has been postponed in view of rising cases of coronavirus infection. Nishank tweeted that in view of the current situation in Corona, I have advised the Director-General of the National Examination Agency (NTA) to postpone the JEE (Main) – April session. He said that I want to reiterate that the safety of our students and saving their academic careers is a priority for me and the Ministry of Education.

The NTA’s official order states that it has been decided to postpone the JEE- (main) April session, keeping in mind the current situation related to corona and the safety and efficiency of examiners and examination officials. The order said that the revised dates would be announced later and at least 15 days before the examination. From this year onwards, this entrance examination is being conducted four times a year for the convenience of the students. Students will get more opportunities to improve their scores. Under this, the first session was held in February and the second session in March. The next session was to be held in April and May. 6.2 lakh candidates appeared in the first session while 5.5 lakh students were seated in the second session of the examination. This week, CBSE had canceled the Class X board exams while postponing the Class XII exams. Similarly, CISCE and several state boards have either canceled or postponed the exam.

Night curfew decided in Bihar, school-college closed till May 15

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said on Sunday that the district administration should be empowered to implement Section 144 as required, with the decision to impose a nighttime curfew from 9 am to 5 am, schools and colleges should be closed till May 15. Has been given. After meeting with all the District Magistrates through video conferencing regarding Corona Virus infection, Nitish told reporters that Corona Virus infection is increasing daily and according to the data received sometime on Sunday, 8690 new cases were reported in one day on Sunday. . According to him, the number of cases that were reported last year, we reached yesterday on that figure and we are going forward.

He said, in the light of the feedback received, it has now been decided to impose a nightly curfew in the entire state from 9 am to 5 am every day. Schools, colleges, and other educational institutions will now be closed till May 15. No academic examination will be conducted during this period. The examinations related to the job will be decided further according to the circumstances. All cinema halls, goods, clubs, gyms, parks, and gardens will be completely closed by May 15. All shops, establishments, fruit-vegetable markets, and meat and fish shops will now be open till six in the evening instead of seven in the evening.

Eating in restaurants, dhabas, and restaurants will be restricted, but home delivery will continue for nine nights. All religious places will now be closed till May 15 instead of April 30. He said, ‘Any kind of organization in public places will be prohibited on government or private but it will not be applicable on burial, cremation, worship, shraddha, marriage. It has now been decided to allow 25 people instead of 50 in burials or cremations, 100 persons instead of 200 in marriage. ‘ The Chief Minister said that as per rules, action will be taken to control unnecessary crowds by imposing Section 144 in the Municipal Areas and Block Headquarters as required by the District Administration.

He said that except for the offices connected with essential services, the rest of the government and other offices will now be open till five o’clock instead of six o’clock in the evening. The Chief Minister said that it has been decided to create prohibited areas in rural and urban areas to protect people from corona infection. He said that if those who are out there are having problems there, then they are urged that they should return as soon as possible and we will do whatever is possible for our support. The Chief Minister said that in today’s meeting, it has been decided to set up a confinement center at the subdivision level so that the houses coming from outside do not remain in exile. He said that masks would be made available to every family by the Panchayati Raj and Urban Development Department. The Chief Minister said that medical staff will be given an additional salary of one month like last year.

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