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Sudden lotus corona infection in India

In the last 24 hours, 236,000 people in India have been affected by corona. Compared to Monday (January 18), the next day’s attack on Tuesday decreased by seven percent.

In the South Asian country, corona positive rate has come down from 19.75 percent to 14.43 percent. On Monday, 256,069 people were infected with Kovid-19 disease.

The number of people infected with the highly contagious Omicron in India is currently 8,891. This type of corona is being blamed for the third wave of epidemics in the world. However, the number of Omicron infections has increased by 8.31 percent compared to yesterday.

According to the country’s Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, there are currently 1.83 million active coronary heart disease patients in India. After recovering from Kovid-19 disease, 94 percent have recovered.

One lakh 56 thousand patients have recovered in the last 24 hours. With this, a total of three crore patients have recovered. In the last 24 hours, 310 people have died of corona in the country. The previous day that was 365 people.

Meanwhile, doctors have been advised to stop giving steroids to coronavirus patients. The Indian government has made such recommendations after reviewing patient-based guidelines for the treatment of Covid-19 disease.

The revised guidelines state that early use or prolonged use of steroids may increase the risk of infections associated with mucorrhoea or black fungus.

In case of mild, moderate and severe symptoms of infection, the dosage of the required medicine should be explained and if the cough persists for more than two or three weeks, patients should be tested for tuberculosis or other diseases.

At a news conference last week, the head of the Indian Covid Task Force, Dr. VK Paul.

The guidelines further state that symptoms of upper respiratory tract infections other than shortness of breath or lack of oxygen have been identified as mild diseases. Those who are affected in this way are asked to go for isolation.

The revised guidelines state that early use or prolonged use of steroids may increase the risk of infections associated with mucorrhoea or black fungus.

In case of mild, moderate and severe symptoms of infection, the dosage of the required medicine should be explained and if the cough persists for more than two or three weeks, patients should be tested for tuberculosis or other diseases.

At a news conference last week, the head of the Indian Covid Task Force, Dr. VK Paul.

The guidelines further state that symptoms of upper respiratory tract infections other than shortness of breath or lack of oxygen have been identified as mild diseases. Those who are affected in this way are asked to go for isolation.

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