Aggressive containment action likely in hotspots after April 14

The author: Abantika Ghosh
| New Delhi |

Published : 6. April 2020 3:56:11


. In the last 24 hours, 505 new cases have been confirmed, bringing the total number of cases to 3,577, while the number of deaths rose to 83; on 30 September, the number of deaths rose to 2,577. In March, 1,251 deaths and 32 deaths were confirmed.

Although the number of new cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) and deaths has increased over the past week, more than 80% of all positive cases occur in 62 districts across the country.

High government sources have indicated that the restrictions in these areas are likely to remain in place beyond the end of the 21-day national blockade on 14 January. The month of April remains.

To date, 274 districts across the country have reported cases of VIDOC-19.

With 505 new cases confirmed in the last 24 hours, the total number of cases is 3,577 and the number of deaths has risen to 83; on the 30th day of the month, the number of deaths in the last 24 hours was 3,577. The total number of cases was 1 251 and the number of deaths 32.

The Ministry of Health currently estimates that the number of COVID 19 cases will double to 4.1 days, but without the Tabligh Jamaat community in Delhi last month, the figure would have been 7.4 days.

There is a clear geographical difference in distribution; 62 districts currently report more than 80 percent of cases, and these will be at the heart of the Bhilwara model of aggressive deterrence strategy. We’re also speeding up the tests. The number of tests has doubled in the last two days and will, according to the source, double again in the coming days.

According to the government’s model, informally known as the Bhilwara model, these 62 districts will either be isolated areas or areas where a large number of cases are reported. The strategy has proved effective in Bhilwar, Rajasthan, which has become the focus of attention over the past month.

However, following reports and studies pointing to the possibility of aerial transfer, the Indian Medical Research Council (ICMR) has stated that there is no credible evidence of this. If it was an airborne infection and not a drop infection, every family member would be infected; the same goes for other patients in the hospital. But so far we’ve seen no evidence of that. One million such cases have been reported worldwide and none has been detected. I think we have to rely on this evidence, said Dr. R. Gangahedkar, head of ICMR’s department of Epidemiology and Infectious Diseases.

Against the background of criticism that India does not do enough tests, the number of daily tests has almost doubled in the last two days – from 5800 on the 2nd day of the test to 5800 on the 3rd day of the test. From April to 10,034 on April 4. April. On Sunday, 9,369 samples were tested and a total of 89,534 samples have been tested to date.

On Saturday, the ICRM published a consultation on the use of rapid antibody testing in certain areas. The results of these tests must be communicated immediately to the CIRM.

In a letter to the Sudanese Minister of Health, Dr Balram Bhargawa, Minister of Health Research, the total number of COVID-19 tests with real-time RT-PCR is increasing and we will reach full capacity in the near future. At the same time, we are waiting for the delivery of rapid test kits (based on blood) to be used in response to the KOVID-19 situation. In this context, the national working group has discussed with experts the use of these rapid test kits.

At Sunday’s daily briefing, Love Agarwal, co-secretary of the health ministry, cabinet secretary Rajiv Gauba said during a videoconference with district judges from across the country, highlighting the degree of willingness to retrain.

Hauba instructed all district judges to ensure the proper operation of pharmaceutical production units and medical equipment. It was recommended that all districts develop a crisis management plan for COVID-19. The district judges in the 274 districts where 19 COVID cases were reported were asked to provide a uniform crisis management plan.

India is also ordering a CBNAAT (nucleic acid amplification test in cartridge) for the COVID-19 test.

According to Mr Agarwal, after some initial shortages, the situation of personal protective equipment (PPE) has improved thanks to its import. But now the domestic producers have started to produce and buy more. We sent all first shipments to the states on a case-by-case basis, but we asked the states and the DM to make good use of it, he said. He added that social dissociation and blockade is the largest social vaccine against VIDOC-19.

According to Agarwal, 14,522 self-help groups in 399 districts in 24 states have started producing masks. The idea is that instead of hunting us, we should hunt the virus, he said.

The Ministry of Health has published a guide on quarantine facilities and the treatment of waste resulting from the treatment or quarantine of patients with VIDOC-19.

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