[03 Mar 2021] 45 new corona infected found in eight districts



45 new corona infected have been found in eight districts in Uttarakhand. The total number of infected with it has been 97134. No corona infected patient has died in the state since four days.

According to the data of the Health Department, on Wednesday, the investigation report of 10650 samples has come negative. At the same time, 45 people have been affected by corona infection. 19 infected have been found in Haridwar district. While 15 cases have been reported in Dehradun, five in Udham Singh Nagar, two in Nainital district, one each in Tehri, Rudraprayag, Pauri and Almora.

So far 1692 corona patients have died in the state. At the same time, 31 patients have been sent home after recovering. With these, 93575 patients have become healthy.

Currently 463 active patients are under treatment. There is not a single active patient in Pithoragarh and Bageshwar districts. The recovery rate of the state has been recorded at 96.34 percent and the rate of infection on the basis of sample examination is 3.99 percent.

ITBP jawans got corona vaccine at a height of 14 thousand feet
ITBP and SSB personnel deployed in the country’s security at four high Himalayan check posts along the Indo-China border were vaccinated with Corona on Wednesday. The ITBP jawans were vaccinated at the Kuti situated at 14 thousand feet under the leadership of Mohit Pant, the immunization assistant of the Health Department.

Apart from this, 250 personnel of ITBP and SSB were vaccinated at Kalapani at 11000 feet, Gunji and Garbyang at 10 thousand feet, Dr. Ashutosh Tiwari, Staff Nurse Mohan Khadayat, Bhagat Singh Negi in vaccination. ITBP Deputy Commandant Dr. Gogoi thanked the team
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811 MT biomedical waste collected in Covid period
811 MT bio-medical waste was collected in the state due to Covid epidemic. This waste was disposed of as per the guidelines issued by the Central Pollution Control Board regarding Bio Medical Waste.

In response to the question of MLA Pritam Singh Panwar during the Question Hour on the third day of the budget session, Forest Minister Dr. Harak Singh Rawat apprised the House that from March 2020 to February 2021, 811 metric from Covid Hospitals, Covid Care Centers in urban and rural areas. Tons of biomedical waste were collected.

Domestically used masks, gloves, were collected within 72 hours through municipal bodies in urban areas and city panchayats in rural areas. Hospitals and home use biomedical waste were disposed of scientifically.

Biomedical waste plants are set up in Haridwar and Udham Singh Nagar districts. BJP MLA Munna Singh Chauhan and Congress MLA Pritam Singh also sought details of the arrangement and the amount of money spent from the quarantine centers in rural areas to collect bio-medical. On this, the forest minister said to provide information.

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