Corona infection is beginning to decrease in Uttarakhand. In the last 24 hours 110 new infected have been found in the state. At the same time, three patients have died. While 183 patients were cured more than the infected. The number of infected has reached 95464.
According to the Health Department report, on Friday, Dehradun had the highest number of 54 infected. No infected were found in Almora, Pauri and Uttarkashi today. 29 were found in Nainital, 13 in Haridwar, three in Rudraprayag, two each in Champawat and Pithoragarh, one each in Chamoli, Bageshwar and Tehri and four Corona Corona positives in Udham Singh Nagar.
Today, three infected people died in the state, one in Doon Medical College and two patients died in Sushila Tiwari Medical College. So far 1629 infected have died in the state. While so far 90730 infected have been cured.
Today 2308 health workers get vaccinated
On Friday, a corona vaccine of 2308 health workers was installed under the Kovid-19 vaccination campaign. In five days, 10514 health workers have been vaccinated with the corona vaccine. According to the Health Department, corona vaccination in 34 booths was a complete success. The first phase of vaccination in the state started on 16 January. Friday was the fifth day of vaccination.
Which district got vaccinated
Almora-118, Bageshwar 96, Chamoli 183, Champawat 165, Dehradun 440, Haridwar 190, Nainital 230, Pauri 125, Pithoragarh 100, Rudraprayag 155, Tehri 143, US Nagar 241, Uttarkashi 122.
Corona test rates decreased
To prevent corona infection, the Uttarakhand government has reduced the rates of RTPCR and rapid antigen screening. Private pathology laboratories will test RTPCR for Rs 500 and Rapid Antigen for Rs 427.
For the Kovid investigation, the state government has reduced the rates for the second time. The investigation rate of RTPCR sample till now was Rs 900, which has been reduced to Rs 500 per sample. At the same time, the rapid rate of rapid antigen samples was Rs 719 per sample, which has been reduced to Rs 427.
According to the new rates, RTPCR scrutiny of samples sent from government and private hospitals will be done at Rs 400 per sample. Whereas, samples collected by private laboratories themselves will be tested for Rs 500.
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