Chief Minister’s appeal to ‘My Doctor’ conference to be vigilant in Ganeshotsav
Mumbai: Out of the corona patients undergoing treatment in the state, 72% are affected in five districts namely Mumbai, Thane, Pune, Satara and Nagar. In Mumbai, the daily morbidity of corona on Sunday reached a two-month high, while in Thane district, the morbidity has been increasing for a few days now. Against this backdrop, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray appealed to be vigilant in Ganeshotsav at the ‘My Doctor’ conference on Sunday.
The online conference was attended by Health Minister Rajesh Tope, Medical Education Minister Amit Deshmukh, Karona Kritidal chief Dr. Sanjay Oak, Member Dr. Rahul Pandit, Dr. Shashank Joshi, Dr. Dr. Ajit Desai, Head of Children’s Task Force Dr. Suhas Prabhu, who works at Harvard University in the United States and is a graduate of Nair Hospital. Guided by Mehul Mehta.
Additional Chief Secretary, Department of Health, Dr. Presented by Pradip Vyas at the conference.
The number of patients undergoing treatment in the state had come down to around 50,000 in the last week of August, but has seen a slight increase in the last few days. At present more than 50,000 patients are undergoing treatment in the state. The highest number of 15 thousand 469 (29.73 per cent) patients are in Pune, followed by Thane with 7,171 (13 per cent), Satara with 6175 (11.87 per cent), Ahmednagar with 5051 (9.71 per cent) and Mumbai with 4031 (7 per cent). 75%) are patients. This is followed by Sangli (6.80 per cent), Solapur (5.17 per cent), Ratnagiri (2.10 per cent), Kolhapur (1.96 per cent) and Sindhudurg (1.74 per cent). 90 percent of such patients are in 10 districts alone.
Ganeshotsav is celebrated on a large scale in Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg districts, including the five districts with the highest number of patients. On the backdrop of the upcoming Ganeshotsav, the role of ‘My Doctor’ is important for timely diagnosis and segregation of patients here, said Dr. Expressed by Pradip Vyas. More than 6,000 doctors, nurses and citizens from across the state attended the conference. The conference was moderated by Chief Secretary Sitaram Kunte.
During the ten days from 26th August to 4th September, 44 thousand 437 new patients have been added in the state. The highest number of 22 per cent patients were found in Pune, followed by 17 per cent in Ahmednagar, 11 per cent in Satara, nine per cent in Solapur and nine per cent in Mumbai.
Mumbai again in the first five
The top five districts with the highest number of patients under treatment in August were Pune, Thane, Satara, Ahmednagar and Sangli. Mumbai ranks seventh, but the number of patients in Mumbai has been rising again in the last few days. Mumbai was again included in the top five districts in September. Within 20 days after the relaxation of restrictions in the city, the daily number of patients has reached nearly 500. In Mumbai, 496 patients were newly diagnosed on Sunday. For the first time since July 12, the daily number of patients in the city has gone up to 500. Restrictions relaxed in Mumbai from August 15. Within eight days, the number of patients began to increase. As a result, the number of newly diagnosed patients has increased compared to the number of newly recovered patients. On Sunday, 496 patients were newly diagnosed in Mumbai, while 237 patients have recovered and returned home. However, the death toll is still low. Two patients died on Sunday, one of them from a chronic illness. One patient was over 60 years of age and the other was under 40 years of age.
The incidence is again more than five per cent
In August alone, the incidence in Pune was 5.52 per cent and below five per cent in other districts, but in September, it rose to 6.58 per cent in Pune and five per cent in Ahmednagar. Therefore, the number of affected people in these districts is increasing to some extent and it is necessary to pay attention to this in time, said Dr. Expressed by Vyas.
Decreases in daily tests as well
The state has a capacity of about three lakh tests and two to two and a half lakh daily tests were being carried out when the incidence of infection was high, but the number of daily tests has also declined in the last few days due to the decline in the number of infections in the state. In September, the figure was less than two lakh. There is a need to increase the number of tests in districts with high rates of infection and the number of patients, experts said at the conference.
Less than 100 patients in 17 districts
At present there are less than 100 patients in 17 districts in the state. These include Nandurbar, Wardha, Washim, Bhandara, Gondia, Yavatmal, Akola, Nanded, Jalna, Gadchiroli, Parbhani, Nagpur, Hingoli, Jalgaon, Buldhana and Amravati districts.
One dose of vaccine for 45% of the population
Vaccination has been on the rise in the state for the past few days, with 45 per cent of citizens over the age of 18 taking at least one dose, compared to 54 per cent among those over 45. Thirty-five percent of citizens between the ages of 18 and 44 have received a single dose of the vaccine. The highest number of 1 crore 44 lakh 83 thousand 870 vaccinations have been given in the state in August. Up to two crore vaccinations are expected in September, said Dr. Vyas said.
‘Don’t play with people’s lives’
The government is taking cautious steps. However, some people are in a hurry to open everything. He should not play with the lives of the people, said Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. Although treatment facilities are available, oxygen production is limited. Of the oxygen produced in the state, 200 metric tonnes is currently used for corona patients and 150 metric tonnes for other ailments. Although about 1400 tons is produced in the state, it is also supplied to the oxygen industry. Therefore, even if the third wave is inevitable, it is necessary to try to stop or prolong it, said Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.