COVID-19: 83% of deaths in India are diabetes-hypertension or heart disease, 75% are over 60 years of age.
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New Delhi - A new analysis of the number of people who died due to Kovid-19 in India has emerged.  According to this, most of the people who died due to corona virus infection, most of them were patients of diabetes, high blood pressure or heart related diseases.  However, it is also true that out of those who died due to this disease, 75% were over 60 years of age.  By the way, let us tell you that a 45 day old child suffering from Kovid-19 has also died in the country, which is the youngest death due to this disease in India.

Most of the dead have serious disease already


Most of the dead have serious disease already
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So far, about 3.3 percent of people infected with the corona virus have died in India.  75% of these people were over 60% of their age.  Whereas, 83 percent people were already suffering from diabetes, high blood pressure or heart disease.  According to the Union Health Ministry, out of the total number of deaths due to Kovid-19 in their country, 42.2 per cent were aged above 75 years and 33.1 per cent were in the age group of 60 to 75 years.  At the same time, 10.3 percent were 45 to 60 and 14.4 percent were less than 45 years.  According to the data till Sunday morning, there have been a total of 15,712 reported cases of corona virus in the country, out of which 507 people have died.

The wires of the deposits are still connected to most of the cases

The wires of the deposits are still connected to most of the cases
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In the daily health ministry press briefing, Joint Secretary Luv Aggarwal had said on Saturday that 84 percent in Tamil Nadu, 63 percent in Delhi, 79 percent in Telangana, 59 percent in Uttar Pradesh, 61 percent in Andhra Pradesh, 91 percent in Assam.  And in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, 83 per cent of the cases are related to Tablighi Jamaat murders in Nizamuddin, Delhi alone.  Not only this, in the last 14 days, in the three districts of the country, where there was not a single case of Kovid-19, such cases have also been reported, which include Patna from Bihar, Nadia from West Bengal and Panipat district from Haryana.

Good news has come from 22 districts

Good news has come from 22 districts
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It is a matter of relief that in 22 new districts of 12 states of the country, not a single case of Kovid-19 has been filed in the last 14 days.  These incorporate Lakhisarai, Gopalganj and Bhagalpur in Bihar, Dhaulpur and Udaipur in Rajasthan, Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir, Thobal in Manipur, Chitradurga in Karnataka, Hoshiarpur in Punjab, Rohtak and Charkhi Dadri in Haryana, Lohit in Arunachal Pradesh, Bhadrak and Puri in Odisha.  , Karimganj, Golaghat, Kamrup Rural, Nalbari and South Salmara in Assam, Jalpaiguri and Kalimpong in West Bengal and Visakhapatnam districts of Andhra Pradesh  Are included.  At the same time, there has not been a single case in Karnataka Kodagu in the last 28 days.

Expect from Remedisvir


Meanwhile, Raman Gangakhedkar, the Chief Doctor of Epidemiology and Infectious Diseases at the Indian Council of Medical Research, has raised a lot of hope for the ongoing experiments on the drug named Remadecivir in many countries around the world.  He has said that if the trial on Remedisvir is successful, then there is an option to make it available here in view of this epidemic.  Let us tell you that this anti-viral was initially developed to treat Ebola.  And recently there was a report, in which an American doctor claimed to have cured patients of this in less than a week and a half.