Lucknow: The havoc of Coronavirus in UP is ending in UP. Along with the number of active cases in the state, the death rate has also come down drastically. At the same time, the number of recovered patients is increasing continuously. In the last 24 hours, 100 new cases have been reported in the state, while 183 patients have been discharged after recovering. In the last 24 hours, 2,76,013 Kovid samples were tested. During this, the positivity rate was less than 0.04%. So far more than 6 crores 03 lakh 77 thousand tests have been done in the state.
Giving directions to the team-09 constituted for the management of Kovid-19 under control of the second wave of the state on Saturday, CM Yogi Adityanath said that the people’s representatives, health workers, frontline workers, monitoring committees, local administration, and people. With cooperation, the second wave of Kovid is controlled in the state. The positivity of the RTPCR and antigen test is at the lowest level.
The sequence of tracing, testing, and treatment should be continued, on
Friday, 1,23,437 samples were tested through RTPCR, out of which only 86 samples confirmed infection with Kovid. Similarly, the positivity of the antigen test is even less. The CM said that the sequence of aggressive tracing, testing, and treatment should be continued continuously.
There is not a single active case in these districts, the
CM said that after Aligarh, Kasganj, Shravasti, now there is no active case of corona in Pilibhit district also. All the infected patients have become healthy after being treated. If no new cases of infection are found in these districts for the next week, then the districts will be rewarded. Aggressive testing should be continued in the district. Do not miss any tests.
Vaccination of so many people happened In the
last 24 hours, 07 lakh 23 thousand 405 people were vaccinated. At present, the process of vaccination is going on smoothly in the state. So far, more than 03 crore 68 lakh 24 thousand vaccine doses have been applied. Instructing Team 9, the CM has asked to maintain communication with the Government of India for the availability of the vaccine. Along with this, people can be registered for vaccination through Common Service Centers in villages. In such a situation, people should be made aware of this free system.