Patients dropped in Pune but danger not averted! The same district tops in the case of inactive patients Coronavirus-latest-news
The decrease in the number of patients does not mean that the people of Pune got a breath of fresh air from the corona.
Pune, July 14: With the first wave of the corona (Coronvirus in Pune) He did the most damage in Pune. The second wave of Corona hit Pune (Pune coronavirus cases) Sat down Compared to the first wave, the number of corona patients in Pune is now under control. But as the number of patients decreased, the threat of corona on Pune was not averted at all. Pune in case of active corona patients (Pune corona active cases) Is still on top.
The state health department has released the status of corona in the state on July 14. According to the report, Pune had the highest number of 82,172 active patients in the first wave. As on 13 July 2021, there are now only 16,663 active patients in Pune. This means that the number of active corona patients has decreased by 79.72 percent. Despite such a low number of active patients, Pune tops the list of 10 most active patients. Pune has the highest percentage of active patients at 16.38 per cent and this is worrisome.
Fear of the third wave of the corona
Experts believe that the third wave is inevitable considering the nature of the first two waves. The Indian Medical Association has said that the kind of indifference among the citizens after the second wave has subsided is worrying and will increase the severity of the third wave.
Meanwhile, physicists at the University of Hyderabad have claimed that the third wave started on July 4. The death toll has risen in the past few days, with experts saying the number of new cases has risen compared to the number of patients recovering.
Restrictions in the state remain
The number of coronary heart disease patients in the state is less than in the country. The number of patients has remained stable for the last 3 weeks. But 10 districts have 92 per cent patients. So Level 3 has many districts. A third wave of corona is feared. Therefore, no restrictions will be relaxed in the state. State Health Minister Rajesh Tope has announced that the existing rules will remain the same.