682 corona infected found in UP in a day, Chief Minister gave instructions for vigilance

Lucknow, June 22 (H.C.). In Uttar Pradesh, 682 new cases of Kovid have been reported in the last 24 hours. In view of the increasing infection of Kovid, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given instructions to keep an eye on the changing circumstances of Kovid. Along with this, he said that people should be made […]
 


682 corona infected found in UP in a day, Chief Minister gave instructions for vigilance

Lucknow, June 22 (H.C.). In Uttar Pradesh, 682 new cases of Kovid have been reported in the last 24 hours. In view of the increasing infection of Kovid, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given instructions to keep an eye on the changing circumstances of Kovid. Along with this, he said that people should be made aware of wearing masks in public places.

During the meeting of Team-09 here on Wednesday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that keep a close watch on the changing circumstances of Kovid. The functioning of medical equipment, proper availability of doctors, paramedical staff in all hospitals should be thoroughly examined. Medicine kits should be prepared with essential medicines. Public should be made aware through public address system for wearing face masks in public places.

He said that since the last one week, there is an increase in new cases of Kovid. However, the positivity rate is minimum in Uttar Pradesh. At present the total number of active cases is 3257. In the last 24 hours, more than 91 thousand tests were done. 682 new corona patients were confirmed. In the same period, 352 people became corona free after treatment. 3082 people are taking health benefits at home. This is the time to be alert and careful.

The progress of the Kovid vaccination campaign in the state is satisfactory. With over 33.73 million COVID vaccinations, the entire population above the age of 18 years has received at least one dose of the vaccine, while more than 96 percent of adults have received both. 99.27% ​​of adolescents aged 15-17 and over 94.55% of children aged 12 to 14 have been given their first dose of vaccine. Booster doses are expected to be given to people over the age of 18. Children should be given the second dose on time.

The Chief Minister said that a state-wide campaign is starting from July 1 for effective control of communicable diseases. There is a need to increase awareness regarding cleanliness, fogging sanitization in rural areas. All necessary preparations should be made for the successful implementation of the campaign. The cooperation of public representatives should also be taken.