Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, August 2
Haryana witnessed a marked enchancment within the restoration fee of coronavirus sufferers previously two months from 44.78 per cent on June 1 to 80.73 per cent by July-end.
Not solely this, the fatality fee within the state has come down from 1.61 per cent on July 1 to 1.23 per cent on July 31, whereas the positivity fee got here down from 5.91 per cent on July 15 to five.76 per cent by the top of July.
Although Haryana has witnessed a surge in Covid-19 circumstances after the lockdown, primarily due to NCR districts, the state has seen a decline within the progress fee from 15.18 per cent through the first 15 days of June to six.23 per cent over the last 15 days of June. The progress fee per day decreased additional to three.73 per cent within the first 15 days of July and dipped to 2.74 over the last fortnight of July.
The Covid-19 standing report ready by the Haryana Health Department reveals that the doubling fee, which is the variety of days wherein virus circumstances double up, was 5 through the first 15 days of June, but it surely went as much as 12 within the final fortnight of June, 19 days within the first 15 days of July and 25 days by the top of July.
Rajeev Arora, Additional Chief Secretary, Health and Family Welfare Department, mentioned the state had taken a collection of measures for enchancment of varied parameters, which embody ramping up testing, isolation of sufferers and hospitalisation of average and extreme circumstances.
By the top of July, Haryana performed 6.12 lakh checks.
The improve within the testing within the state will be gauged from the truth that from 30 checks a day in March, it elevated to 880 in April, 2,930 in May, 4,930 in June and 10,930 checks in July.
Meanwhile, Haryana is anticipating almost 13,000 recent circumstances of virus within the first 15 days of this month, because the hole evaluation of the well being division has forecasted 47,827 projected circumstances by August 15.
Of these, the variety of lively circumstances has been projected at 16,739 towards 6,250 lively circumstances on July 31. “We are fully prepared for the projected cases. As per projections, we will need 1,004 beds with oxygen support, 502 ICU beds and 167 ventilators on August 15, but we have 5,908 beds with oxygen support, 2,216 ICU beds and 1,080 ventilators with us,” mentioned Arora.