According to government data, for the first time in Delhi on Wednesday, the number of infected people crossed 1,000 in a single day. This is the first time in the last seven months that this has happened. The infection rate in the city was 23.8 percent.
New Delhi: Corona cases have started increasing once again in many parts of the country including the national capital Delhi. The number of infected is increasing. The figures are frightening. Now Dr. Suresh Kumar, director of Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan (LNJP) Hospital has also warned. He said that a newborn infected with corona has been admitted to this hospital. At the same time, he warned that the cases of Kovid infection in Delhi may increase even more in the next few days.
More than 1 thousand patients from the front in Delhi on Wednesday
According to government data, for the first time in Delhi on Wednesday, the number of infected people crossed 1,000 in a single day. This is the first time in the last seven months that this has happened. The infection rate in the city was 23.8 percent. On Wednesday, 1,149 new cases of Kovid were reported in the national capital while one person died due to the infection. The Medical Director of LNJP, Dr. Kumar told that it is mandatory to wear mask in the hospital. This 2,000-bed hospital is the largest hospital in the city under the Delhi government. Dr. Kumar said, “Children have not been vaccinated, so we need to take precautions for them as they are showing symptoms like fever, cough-cold, eye infection and stomach infection. He said that if we are not careful now, the situation can go out of control.
New version makes children victims
This form of coronavirus (XBB.1.16) is affecting children more. An 18-day-old newborn has been admitted to our hospital and he is infected with the corona virus. ”He told that four more children are admitted in the hospital. He said that it is right to wear masks in schools and public places, senior citizens should also wear masks. It is always better to exercise caution.
Covid cases will peak in a week or two
Dr Kumar said that we will see a peak in the number of Covid cases in the next week or two, and then they will start declining. He said, "We have made complete arrangements for patients, especially children, in the hospital, as the number of infected is increasing." Amidst the increase in Kovid cases in Delhi, medical experts say that the corona virus The redesign XBB.1.16 may be responsible for this increase. However, he said that there is no need to panic and people must take the booster dose of the vaccine following the Covid protocol.