Covid-19 Active Cases in Makwanpur has exceeded 500

Covid-19 Active Cases in Makwanpur has exceeded 500

April 18, Hetauda. Covid-19 Active Cases in Makwanpur has exceeded 500. The number of active corona infections in Makwanpur has exceeded 500. Makwanpur is at risk of corona infection after exceeding the number set by the Ministry of Health for issuing lockdown.

At present, 524 people have been actively infected in Makwanpur. After the start of the second wave of the corona, a sample of 1,650 was tested and 524 people were found to be infected. According to the report on Friday night, out of 277 swabs tested, 177 were confirmed to be infected. Sagar Kafle informed.

“The infection rate has skyrocketed, so vigilance is needed,” he said. He said that 5 people were infected on Friday and Saturday.

Covid-19 Active Cases in Makwanpur has exceeded 500
Covid-19 Active Cases in Makwanpur has exceeded 500

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A large number of infected at home

Of the 524 people actively infected in Makwanpur till Saturday morning, only 24 of them are in isolation prescribed by the government. Of them, 13 have been admitted to Gauritar and 11 to Hetauda Hospital.

All other infected homes remain in isolation. Dr. According to Kafle, they were allowed to exercise their will after the swab test. He said that most of them stay at home as per the doctor’s advice and most of them stay at home. The hospital has informed that the health team of Hetauda Sub-metropolis is assisting in the monitoring and treatment of the active corona infected at home.

A large number of actively infected people at home also poses a risk.

Infection rate high beds low

Management of the second wave of corona virus is high in Makwanpur.

The number of patients is increasing in Hetauda, ​​the capital of Bagmati province, but the isolation in Hetauda Hospital and Gauritar is not enough. In case of emergency, Hetauda Hospital has a 20-bed High Dependency Unit (HDU) ward and Gauritar has only a 120-bed isolation ward built during the first transition.

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