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The number of Kovid 19 patients is continuously decreasing in Gautam Budh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh. On Thursday, 133 new corona-infected patients were found in the district, while six died. Apart from this, 198 patients have been discharged. At the same time, 2310 patients are being treated. Earlier on Wednesday, 150 patients had appeared and 5 patients have died. However, this week the lowest number of 69 patients of Kovid 19 were reported. At the same time, officials are also constantly visiting rural areas in view of corona patients. Along with this, kits are also being provided by the administration to the patients living in home isolation.
Officers are constantly visiting villages during the vaccination programIn the second wave, corona havoc was seen in the countryside area in Gautam Budh Nagar. However, we have brought the situation under control. Corona infection prevention and infected patients are being treated under protocol. Along with this, officials are constantly visiting rural areas to get the information about the vaccination program to the people. On Thursday, SDM Sadar Prasun Dwivedi inspected the vaccination center being operated in Badauli, Dhanori and Nawada villages.
Oxygen concentrator given to hospitalsIn view of the Kovid 19 pandemic, 20 Oxygen have been given through the Yumna Authority at the community health centers Dadri, Bisarkh and Badlapur. During this, Dadri MLA Tejpal Nagar said that hospitals in rural areas are being fully prepared to fight Corona. Under which Oxygen Concentrators have been made available in all the three hospitals.