In Maharashtra, in the last seven days till March 23, the growth rate of new cases daily was 3.6 percent and in Punjab it was 3.2 percent. In Maharashtra, 4,26,108 cases have been reported in the two weeks before March 31 while in Punjab 35,754 cases have been reported in the same period.
Maharashtra (Maharashtra) and Punjab (Punjab) are the two states in the country where the highest number of daily cases of Coronavirus have been reported since last 15 days. This information has been received from official documents. In the documents presented by the Union Health Ministry in the Cabinet Secretary’s meeting with all the states and union territories, it was stated that these two states are included in the five states and union territories which have more than their old peak number of daily affairs. Cases have been registered. These states and union territories also include Chandigarh, Chhattisgarh and Gujarat.
In Maharashtra, in the last seven days till March 23, the growth rate of new cases daily was 3.6 percent and in Punjab it was 3.2 percent. In Maharashtra, 4,26,108 cases have been reported in the two weeks before March 31 while in Punjab 35,754 cases have been reported in the same period. At the same time, in these two weeks till March 31, 60 per cent of the patients killed due to infection in the country have died in Maharashtra and Punjab.
According to the Health Ministry, 11 states – Maharashtra, Punjab, Karnataka, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Chandigarh, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Delhi and Haryana are among the states with serious worries due to new cases of infection and high mortality. From these states, in 14 days till March 31, 90 percent cases of Kovid-19 have been reported and 90.5 percent people have died.
In particular, these states have been asked to increase the investigation and ensure the infection rate to be five percent or below. States have been advised to conduct 70 percent investigation through RT-PCR and give the results of the investigation as soon as possible. At the same time, states have been advised to strengthen public and private health care facilities to prevent death of patients. States and Union Territories have been asked to ensure 100% vaccination of those eligible for vaccination on time and to coordinate with the Union Ministry of Health to have adequate doses of the vaccine. (With language input)
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