khaskhabar.com : Friday, June 11, 2021 08:02 AM
Lucknow. The UP model is at the forefront of the country with the strategy of aggressive testing and contact tracing in UP. Every day more than 10 times more tests are being done in the state than the standard of World Health Organization (WHO). On an average, more than three lakh tests are being conducted in the state every day, while despite being smaller than UP in terms of population, other states are very backward in corona management to contact testing.
The effect of the policy of aggressive trace, test and treat of Chief Minister Yogi is that the recovery rate in the state is better and the positivity rate is also less. 31 contact sample tests have been done per positive case in excess of the WHO standard in the state. While other states are far behind in the matter of investigation.
6.4 in Maharashtra, 11.5 in Karnataka, 8 in Kerala, 14 in Delhi, 12.8 in Tamil Nadu, 11.4 in Andhra Pradesh. WHO has praised the micro management of UP in the first wave of Corona and also in the second wave.
The Micro Containment Zone created on the instructions of the CM has broken the chain of infection. Rapid response teams and monitoring committees have gone from village to village and investigated a large number of people. Since March 31, 64 percent of the tests in the state have been done in rural areas. Uttar Pradesh is the highest testing state in the country and so far 5,25,03,838 samples have been tested.
In the last 24 hours, only 642 new cases have come in the investigation of 3,05,731 people. During this period, 1231 people have been discharged and the total active cases are 12,244. Whereas in the last 24 hours, 17,321 new cases have been reported in Tamil Nadu, 16,204 in Kerala, 10,959 in Karnataka, 10,989 in Maharashtra and 8766 in Andhra Pradesh. The recovery rate in the state has increased to 98 percent and the positivity rate has increased to 0.2 percent.
In view of the third wave on the instructions of the Chief Minister, Piku and Neeku beds have been established in five government medical colleges and one private medical college. From now on, more than three thousand beds have been prepared for children in hospitals. By June 15, 100-bed pediatric ICUs are expected to be ready in government hospitals. (IANS)
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