BIG NEWS: Corona positive 2 patients appeared in Uttarakhand

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After a long time, 02 cases of corona have been reported in Uttarakhand. The report of a 77-year-old male admitted to Max Hospital in Dehradun came positive on Saturday. At the same time, the corona report of a 72-year-old female patient has come positive on Sunday. Samples of both infected patients have been sent for genome sequencing to identify the new variant of Covid JN.1.

A 77-year-old man, who was admitted to Max Hospital in Dehradun, has confirmed Kovid-19 infection. The patient has been discharged from the hospital. Patients are already suffering from many other diseases. Those who are being treated from the hospital. According to the family members of the patient, his condition is stable. Health is improving compared to before. And he is in home isolation at home. At the same time, the Health Department team is in touch with the patient’s family and is keeping an eye on their health.

At the same time, Covid has also been confirmed in a 72-year-old woman admitted to Doon Hospital. The woman has been admitted to the Kovid ward of Doon Hospital. The team of doctors is keeping an eye on the woman’s health.

Secretary Medical Health and Medical Education Dr. R. Rajesh Kumar said that the Health Department team is in constant touch with both the patients and their family members and there is no cause for concern.

The Health Secretary informed that on the instructions of Hon’ble Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami ji, the Health Department is fully prepared for Kovid management, all the District Magistrates, Chief Medical Officers and Medical Superintendents have been constantly instructed to keep all preparations complete for the treatment of Kovid at the hospital level and preparations are also being monitored through mock drills. Hon’ble Chief Minister is constantly taking feedback on Covid management.

The Health Secretary informed that the Health Department team has been sent to the patient’s residence for control and prevention action. All Chief Medical Officers have been instructed not to be lax in any action taken for Covid management.

The Health Secretary has appealed to the general public to be careful and vigilant about diseases like Covid and influenza during the winter season.


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