With this, 17.26 crore doses of Covid-19 vaccine have been administered so far in the country. The Union Health Ministry gave this information on Monday. The ministry said that 5,18,479 beneficiaries in the age group of 18 to 44 received the first dose on Monday, increasing the number of people in this category who have been vaccinated in all states and union territories since the commencement of the third phase of the vaccination campaign. Increased to 25,52,843.
So far in this age group 5,10,347 in Maharashtra, 4,11,002 in Rajasthan, 3,66,309 in Delhi, 3,23,601 in Gujarat and 2,93,716 in Haryana, 1,77,885 in Bihar, 1,66,814 in Uttar Pradesh and 1 in Assam , 06,538 people have been vaccinated. The ministry said that according to the interim report, the total number of doses of the Covid-19 vaccine given so far in the country has increased to 17,26,33,761.
In addition, 5,54,97,658 and 71,73,939 beneficiaries between 45 and 60 years of age have been given the first and second doses, respectively, while 5,38,00,706 and 1,56,39,381 beneficiaries over 60 years have been given the first. And another dose is taken. The ministry said that on the 115th day of the vaccination campaign (May 10, 2021), a total of 24,30,017 vaccines were administered, including 10,47,092 first dose and 13,82,925 second dose.
37,236 new cases of Kovid-19 in Maharashtra, 11,592 new cases in Gujarat
The lowest number of new cases of coronavirus infection was reported on Monday after 31 March in Maharashtra on a day, bringing the total number of infected to 51,38,973. According to the state health department, after the death of 549 patients in the same period, the death toll has risen to 76,398. According to the department, on March 31, 39,544 new cases were reported in Maharashtra. On the other hand, 61,607 people were discharged from hospitals in Maharashtra on Monday, after which the total number of cured people has increased to 44,69,425. There are 5,90,818 patients undergoing treatment in the state at present.
Meanwhile, the total number of infected people increased to 6,92,604 after 11,592 new cases of Coronavirus infection were reported in Gujarat on Monday. At the same time, after the death of 117 patients in the same period, the death toll has risen to 8,511. The state health department gave this information. According to the department, 14,931 people were discharged from hospitals in Gujarat on Sunday, after which the total number of cured people has gone up to 5,47,935. The total number of under-treated patients in the state is 1,36,158, of which 792 patients are on ventilators. According to the department, so far 1,37,49,335 beneficiaries have been given Kovid-19 vaccine doses in Gujarat. On Monday, 2,07,700 people were vaccinated in Gujarat.
At the same time, Tamil Nadu received 28,978 new cases of coronavirus on Monday, taking the total number of infections in the state to 14,09,237. An official of the state health department gave this information. He said that 232 people died due to infection in the last 24 hours, bringing the death toll in the state to 15,880. The official said that 20,904 patients recovered from the disease during the day, due to which the total number of people who have been cured in Tamil Nadu has increased to 12,40,968 so far while 1,52,389 patients are undergoing treatment.
On the other hand, with the arrival of 39,305 new cases of Kovid-19 in Karnataka on Monday, a total of 19,73,683 cases have been reported in the state so far. According to the health department, the number of deaths in the state increased to 19,372 with the death of 596 patients of Kovid-19 during the same period. According to this, with the treatment of 32,188 more patients in the state on Monday, the total number of people who have been cured so far has increased to 13,83,285. There are now 5,71,006 patients under treatment in Karnataka.
Record loss of one third in deaths due to coronavirus in Jharkhand
Jharkhand recorded a record 31.2 percent decrease in the number of deaths caused by the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, and 97 people died in the last 24 hours from the corona, compared to a total of 141 deaths the previous day. The number of people getting infected also decreased by about 32 percent and a total of 4169 people has been reported to be infected in the last 24 hours, whereas a total of 6112 people were reported to have been corona infected on Sunday.
An official spokesperson said that in Jharkhand, 97 people died due to coronavirus in the last 24 hours, whereas a total of 141 people died due to this virus on Sunday. Statistics show that in the state in the last 24 hours, about 18 percent fewer samples were tested than on Sunday. During this period, in comparison to 45658 samples of Sunday, only 37676 samples were tested. A total of 4169 people were infected with a corona in Jharkhand in the last 24 hours while a total of 6112 people were infected with corona on Sunday. Thus, 31.78 percent of people were less infected in the state in the last 24 hours compared to Sunday.
The total number of people infected with a corona in the state has increased to 286343 of which 3853 patients have lost their lives so far. So far 223684 people have been cured in the state. Apart from this, 58806 patients are under treatment. A total of 37676 samples were tested in the state in the last 24 hours, of which 4169 were found infected. In the last 24 hours, 779 people were found infected with this virus in Ranchi, 562 in East Singhbhum, and 280 in Deoghar. Similarly, 43 people died in the last 24 hours due to corona infection in the capital Ranchi alone. 11 people died in East Singhbhum, six in Dhanbad, and five in Bokaro due to this infection.
Coronary virus infection confirmed in 11,867 more people in Chhattisgarh
Along with this, Coronavirus infection has been confirmed in 11,867 more people in Chhattisgarh during the last 24 hours. The number of people infected with the virus has now increased to 8,63,343 in the state. On Monday, 281 people have been discharged from hospitals after infection-free, while 12,376 people have completed isolation. 172 patients of coronavirus have died in the state.
State Health Department officials said on Monday that today 871 from Raipur district, 674 from Durg, 294 from Rajnandgaon, 264 from Balod, 178 from Bemetra, 296 from Kabirdham, 229 from Dhamtari, 694 from Balodabazar, 354 from Mahasamund, Gariaband 168 from Bilaspur, 531 from Raigad, 821 from Korba, 815 from Korba, 927 from Janjgir Champa, 515 from Mungeli, 260 from Gorilla Pendra Marwahi, 535 from Surguja, 618 from Korea, 690 from Surajpur, 561 from Balrampur, 607 from Jashpur, 130 from Bastar, 180 from Kondagaon, 90 from Dantewada, 52 from Sukma, 447 from Kanker, 35 from Narayanpur, 30 from Bijapur and a new case was reported from other states.
He said that so far 8,63,343 people have been confirmed infected in Chhattisgarh. Among them, 7,27,497 patients have become infection-free. There are 1,25,104 patients undergoing treatment in the state at present. 10,742 people infected with the virus have died in the state. Coronavirus infection has been confirmed among the maximum of 1,50,097 people in the Raipur district of the state. Corona virus infected 2836 people who have died in the district.
75 more deaths of coronavirus in Bihar, 10174 new cases reported
Due to Coronavirus infection in Bihar, 75 more people died during the last 24 hours, the death toll rose to 3357 on Monday and 10174 new cases of this epidemic were reported. According to the Health Department, during the last 24 hours, 22 in Patna, nine in Muzaffarpur Nalanda, five in West Champaran, four each in Darbhanga and Nawada, three in Munger, Bhagalpur, Gaya, Katihar, Madhubani, East Champaran, and Vaishali. Two patients each died in Araria, Jehanabad, Khagaria, Purnia, Saharsa, Samastipur, and Sitamarhi. So far 3357 patients have lost their lives.
Of the 10174 new cases of coronavirus infection which have come to light in Bihar from 4 pm to 4 pm, 1745 of the maximum have come to light in the state capital Patna. Apart from this, 247 in Araria, 121 in Arwal, 226 in Aurangabad, 82 in Banka, 435 in Begusarai, 205 in Bhagalpur, 71 in Bhojpur, 81 in Buxar, 154 in Darbhanga, 478 in East Champaran, 236 in Gaya, 541 in Gopalganj. , 162 in Jamui, 108 in Jehanabad, 706 in Katihar, 286 in Khagadia, 83 in Kishanganj, 95 in Lakhisarai, 178 in Madhepura, 175 in Madhubani, 304 in Munger, 293 in Muzaffarpur, 95 in Nalanda, 75 in Purnia 313 in, 141 in Rohtas, 283 in Saharsa, 463 in Samastipur, 333 in Saran, 96 in Sheikhpura, 96 in Sheohar, 77 in Sitamarhi, 242 in Siwan, 221 in Supaul,
Till now, the number of people infected with this epidemic in Bihar has reached 601650. Out of them, 493189 patients were cured, including 15800 patients who were cured within the last 24 hours. A total of 100112 samples were examined in the last 24 hours in Bihar, while 27411255 samples have been tested in the state so far. There are currently 105103 patients of Kovid 19 in Bihar. The rate of recovery of patients is 81.97 percent.
On Monday, 124748 people including 18 to 44 years and above 45 years took the vaccine of Kovid on Monday and so far 8181939 people have taken the vaccine in the state. Meanwhile, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar held a review meeting of the Health Department on Monday through video conferencing. During this meeting, the Chief Minister said that it should be ensured that the Corona infected do not face any kind of problem. He said that the Health Department should work with better management in a planned manner. There will be no shortage of funds from the government.
The Chief Minister said that vaccination has been started for people above 18 years and below 45 years of age. Free vaccination is being done by the state government. He said that fast work should be done to get more and more people vaccinated. Kumar said that the number of investigations should be increased so that more and more infected people can be detected.
278 more patients die due to corona infection in Uttar Pradesh, 21,331 new infected
Uttar Pradesh is witnessing a steady decline in deaths and new cases of corona infection. On Monday, 278 infected people have died due to the Kovid-19 infection and 21,331 new cases have been reported. An official gave information about this. Additional Chief Secretary (Health) Amit Mohan Prasad told reporters here on Monday that in the last 24 hours, 278 infected have died in the state and 21,331 new ones have been found. He said that a total of 15,742 people have died and 15,24,767 people have been infected since the onset of the infection.
Prasad claimed that the number of people being treated and going home compared to those who got infected is continuously increasing. He told that in the last 24 hours, 29,709 people have become infection-free relative to 21,331 new ones. He told that till now 12,83,754 people have become infection-free. The official said that there are 2,25,271 patients undergoing treatment in the state of which 1,66,370 are in isolation and the rest are undergoing treatment in government and private hospitals. In the last 24 hours, more than 2.19 lakh samples have been tested in the state. Whereas, more than 4.31 crore samples have been tested in the state so far.
According to the health bulletin released on Monday, the number of infected people in the state capital Lucknow has been steadily decreasing and in the last 24 hours, 1,274 new infections have been found and 26 patients have died. However, during this period, the maximum number of new patients in the state were found in Meerut, whose number has been recorded 2,269. 1,031 patients were found in Gorakhpur, 1,026 in Gautam Buddha Nagar and in other districts its number has come down to one thousand. In the last 24 hours, 30 infected people have died in Kanpur city in the state. Apart from this, 16 patients died in Jhansi, 15 in Azamgarh, 12-12 in Hardoi and Gonda and 10 more in Gautam Buddha Nagar.
Mucormycosis patients to get free treatment under Maharashtra's scheme: Tope
Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope said on Monday that patients with mucormycosis will be treated free of cost under the state government's flagship medical insurance scheme. Mucormycosis is a rare fungal (fungal) infection that is now appearing in individuals infected with the coronavirus. In an official statement, Tope was quoted as saying that Mucoramychosis patients would be covered under the Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Jan Arogya Yojana as the medicines required to combat this fungal infection are expensive.
According to the statement, he said that such patients will be given free treatment in 1,000 hospitals covered under the health scheme. The minister said that the symptoms of this disease are being seen in those Kovid-19 patients who are suffering from diabetes and whose diabetes is not under control. The statement said that Tope made this remark while interacting with media persons in Jalna, central Maharashtra. The minister said that there are complaints about the injections used to treat mucormycosis patients that they are being sold at more than the actual price. He said that there will be a limit on their rates.