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The Bengal government has issued a new guideline for air passengers coming from other states. Accordingly, it will be mandatory for people coming from Maharashtra, Kerala, Karnataka and Telangana to bring negative RT-PCR reports. This report should not be more than 72 hours before the flight departure.
At the same time, in view of the increasing cases of corona, there will be a public curfew on 27 and 28 February in Latur, Maharashtra. Between 7 and 15 February 261 cases of corona were recorded in Latur. At the same time, more than 300 cases have been reported here in the last one week. Subsequently, the administration decided for a Janata curfew.
AIIMS director said – will have to change the vaccine
Director of Delhi AIIMS, Dr. Randeep Guleria has said that there is no need to panic with Corona’s new strain. Our vaccines are 70%, 80%, 90% effective. Even if there is a slight decrease in their effect, they will still work. This will definitely reduce serious illness and deaths from it.
However, Dr. Guleria said that we have to keep changing the vaccine according to the new variant of Corona. Now we need not to panic, but to keep a close watch on the situation and identify all the variants quickly. It is also to ensure that none of these variants become completely new and the vaccine fails.
Strict on the people of 5 states in Delhi, entry only after the corona report is negative
In view of the increasing cases of corona in the country, the Delhi government has been alerted. Now people coming to Delhi from Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Kerala and Punjab will get entry in Delhi only after showing negative RT-PCR. The rule will remain in force from 27 February to 15 March.
More than 16 thousand new cases found
On Wednesday, 16 thousand 41 people were found infected, while 11 thousand 130 people were recovered. 128 patients died. Till date 1.10 crore people have been infected, out of which 1.07 crore people have been cured. 1 lakh 56 thousand 729 patients have lost their lives so far. There are 1 lakh 48 thousand 705 patients who are undergoing treatment.
State of 6 states
On Wednesday, 8,807 infected people were identified in the state. 2,772 patients recovered and 80 died. This is the highest figure since 18 October. Then 9,060 patients were identified. So far, 21.21 lakh people have been infected, 20.08 lakh people have been cured. 51,937 have lost their lives from this epidemic. 59,358 are undergoing treatment.
On Wednesday, 4,106 new infections were identified in the state. 5,885 patients recovered and 17 infected lost their lives. So far, 10 lakh 45 thousand 10 people have been infected here. Out of these 9 lakh 87 thousand 720 patients have been cured. 4,137 have lost their lives, while 52,865 are undergoing treatment.
3. Madhya Pradesh
The Corona report of 346 people came positive on Wednesday. 223 patients recovered and two died. So far, 2 lakh 60 thousand 313 people have been infected. Of these, 2 lakh 54 thousand 186 people have been cured, while 3,857 patients died. 2,270 patients are currently being treated.
On Wednesday, 380 people were found corona infected. 296 people recovered and one died. So far, 2 lakh 68 thousand 147 people have been infected. Of these, 2 lakh 61 thousand 871 people have been cured, while 4407 patients have died. There are 1,869 patients who are undergoing treatment.
On Wednesday, 99 people were found corona infected in the state. 90 people recovered. So far, 3 lakh 19 thousand 801 people have been infected. Of these, 3 lakh 15 thousand 812 people have been cured, while 2,785 patients have died. There are 1,204 patients who are undergoing treatment.
On Wednesday, 200 new patients were found and 115 were cured. Two also died. So far, 6 lakh 38 thousand 373 people have been affected by the infection. Of these, 6 lakh 26 thousand 331 people have been cured, while 10 thousand 905 patients have died. 1137 is undergoing treatment.