- 20971 corona cases in 24 hours in mumbai
- Asia’s largest slum area Dharavi also raised concern
- 150 new cases of corona in Dharavi
The pace of Corona seems to be accelerating across the country. In such a situation, maximum cases are coming from Maharashtra. Where in a day now thousands of infected are being found. Meanwhile, in the last twenty-four hours, 20971 cases have been reported in Mumbai.
On the other hand, if we talk about the whole of Maharashtra, 40,925 new cases have been reported in the state on Friday. Apart from this, no new case of Omicron variant has been reported from the state on Friday. However, a total of 876 patients infected with the Omicron variant have been reported so far in the state.
Of these, 435 cases were discharged after the RT PCR report came negative. Apart from this, surveillance of all incoming international passengers is going on from November 1. According to the information, 2742 samples have been sent for genome sequencing through airport and field surveillance.
Dharavi raises concern
At the same time, people highly infected with coronavirus have been found in Dharavi. 150 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in Dharavi on Friday. This is the highest single day spike ever. Asia’s largest slums have been affected due to coronavirus in the third wave. Now the number of active cases in Dharavi has reached 558. Let us inform that on Thursday, 107 new cases were reported in Dharavi in a day. In such a situation, Dharavi can be a hotspot of coronavirus.
So far more than 310 doctors have been infected in Mumbai
Let us tell you that at this time the havoc of Corona continues in the whole country. On one hand, where the general public is getting infected with corona, now doctors and medical staff are also getting hit by it. A large number of doctors are getting infected with corona in hospitals in Mumbai. So far, more than 310 doctors have been infected in Mumbai. The report of 98 doctors has come positive in Sion Hospital. 83 doctors were found infected in JJ Hospital, 73 in KEM. 59 doctors were also found corona positive in Nair Hospital.
1.5 lakh beds may be required
Meanwhile, Professor Dr. Manindra Agarwal of Kanpur IIT, UP has answered many questions related to Corona. He says that in the coming days, 4 to 8 lakh corona patients will be found daily. He claimed that there would also be a shortage of beds during treatment in hospitals, hence the need for proper management and planning. He said that one and a half lakh beds may be required during the peak.
Professor Aggarwal said that there is a difference between our earlier estimate and this estimate based on South Africa’s data. He said that the data of South Africa is very different from India. Over time we will make the estimates more accurate. He said that it is more difficult to predict for India. We estimate that the peak of the third wave may occur in the last week of January or early February. During this 4 to 8 lakh cases will come daily.
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