According to the information, samples of 100 people have been sent to Delhi. In addition, samples of some corona infected people have also been sent to Pune.
For the prevention of Kovid-19, the district nodal officer Amit Malakar told reporters, ‘We have sent samples of 100 patients of Kovid-19 to the National Disease Control Center (NCDC) of Delhi for genome sequencing. In addition, some samples of the infected have also been sent to the National Institute of Virology (NIV), Pune. ‘
He told that only after getting the test report of these samples, it will be known whether any new form of SARS-COV-2 is active in the district? Malakar said, ‘The reason for increasing cases of Kovid-19 in the district in recent times is the lack of awareness of common people about prevention of epidemics. Also, the current seasonal variation is suitable for the spread of any infectious disease virus.
He also said that about 3,000 beds are currently available in 46 hospitals in the district for Kovid-19 patients and this capacity can be expanded to 4,500 beds if needed. The nodal officer said, ‘Covid-19 cases Due to the increase in, we have alerted the management of government and private hospitals that they should be fully prepared to deal with the epidemic. ‘According to official information, in Indore district with a population of about 35 lakhs, from March 24 to February 23. A total of 59,101 patients of corona virus infection have been found. Of these, 931 patients have died.