SRINAGAR – During the last 24 hours, 14,515 tests were conducted for the diagnosis of corona virus, in which the reports of 631 more people, including 2 passengers, have come positive.
Azadi Times: Earlier on February 11, 640 people were infected with corona virus in Jammu and Kashmir.
The total number of victims has crossed the mark of 4 lakh 60 thousand and has become 4 lakh 60 thousand 175.
Meanwhile, the series of deaths due to corona virus has continued and no one has died due to corona virus during the last 24 hours. The total number of deceased is 4763.
According to the data provided by the Health Department, 631 people have been affected by the corona virus in Jammu and Kashmir, including 264 in Jammu and 367 in Kashmir. All 367 people infected in Kashmir were infected due to contact at the local level Most of them are 220 in Srinagar, 57 in Baramulla, 18 in Budgam, 8 in Pulwama, 27 in Kupwara, 19 in Anantnag, 8 in Bandipora, 6 in Ganderbal, 2 in Kulgam while 2 people have reported positive in Shopian.
The total number of victims in Kashmir has crossed the mark of 2 lakh 90 thousand and has become 2 lakh 90 thousand 343. Meanwhile, no one has died due to corona virus in the valley for the 18th consecutive day. The total number of deceased is 2426.
In Jammu province, 264 people have been affected by corona virus, out of which 2 have returned after traveling from other states, while another 262 people have been affected due to contact at the local level.
Out of 264 people infected in Jammu province, 162 in Jammu district, 23 in Udhampur, 11 in Rajouri, 8 in Doda, 7 in Kathua, 4 in Samba, 11 in Kishtwar, 20 in Poonch, 13 in Ramban and 5 in Riasi. The total number of victims in Jammu is 1 lakh 69 thousand 832. This Meanwhile, the series of deaths has stopped again in Jammu province and no one has died due to corona virus in the last 24 hours. The total number of deaths in Jammu province is 2337.
An increase of 2,100 cases has been recorded in the active COVID-19 caseload in 24 hours. People should be careful, otherwise the fourth wave will come 1350 increase during 8 days Parvez During the last 8 days, reports of 2939 people have come positive in Jammu and Kashmir.
Corona Provincial Nodal Officer Dr. Talat Jabeen said, “Despite issuing an advisory to strictly follow anti-corona rules and regulations, people are still wearing masks and social distancing. They don’t stay away. He said, “No precautions are being taken during social events like marriage and other religious events, as a result of which the number of corona victims is increasing with each passing day.
He said, “At this time, arranging masks and social distancing will be enough to contain the corona virus, but if people do not follow the official advisory soon, then no one can save us from the fourth wave of the corona virus.” He said. There is no change in the severity of Omicron but this time people are complaining of intestinal pain and sore throat which are new symptoms and hence more people are affected. Tarafrans are already affected by various diseases like cancer, diabetes, kidney, breast and other diseases etc. He said, “Coronavirus is not going to end, so people should wear masks regularly now.” He said,
“The health department is appealing to people to wear masks and take precautions through advisory, but even without them, people are not acting, which is sad because this carelessness of people will push us towards the fourth wave of corona virus.”
He said that during the last 8 days, reports of more than 1300 people have come positive in the valley and it is increasing day by day. is appealing but despite them people are not acting which is sad because this negligence of people will push us towards the fourth wave of corona virus. He said that during the last 8 days, reports of more than 1300 people have come positive in the valley and it is increasing day by day. is appealing but despite them people are not acting which is sad because this negligence of people will push us towards the fourth wave of corona virus. He said that during the last 8 days, reports of more than 1300 people have come positive in the valley and it is increasing day by day
Monkey pox has been declared a global emergency First case registered in Delhi, 4 news desks in India NEW DELHI// The World Health Organization has declared the outbreak a global emergency in view of the “extraordinary” situation, with cases of monkeypox reported in more than 70 countries, including India. This announcement means that monkeypox The outbreak is an “unusual event” and may spread to more countries. Meanwhile, a day after the World Health Organization declared monkeypox a global emergency, the Director General of Health Services in the Union Health Ministry held a meeting that After the first case of monkey pox came to light in Delhi, the situation was reviewed. During the meeting, all the states and Union Territories were directed to increase surveillance while the Delhi government was also directed to trace the contacts of those infected with monkeypox.
The sample of the patient who tested positive in Delhi was sent to the National Institute of Virology on Saturday, where his report was positive on Monday and his contacts were identified. Shrish Kumar, Director of LNJP Hospital, said that the patient was admitted to the hospital 2 days ago, he was complaining of fever and skin rash. He said that later his report has been sent to Pune. He said that monkey pox has been confirmed in the report and treatment is in progress. He said that the patient has been kept in isolation and his condition has improved. He said that his report confirmed the virus like chicken pox. He said that we should arrange masks and social distancing.
It is noteworthy that earlier three cases have been confirmed from Kerala, one of whom returned from United Arab Emirates while the other two returned from Dubai. The World Health Organization declared monkeypox a global health emergency on July 23 and advised people to take precautions. The World Health Organization has said in its report that there have been 16,000 cases of monkeypox in 74 countries so far.