Corona update: 589 new infected were found in 24 hours, 31 died, 3354 patients recovers
Corona infected cases are decreasing in Uttarakhand but not the deaths. The state's recovery rate has been recorded at 89.48 percent and infection rate at 6.80 percent
In Uttarakhand, in the last 24 hours, 589 new infected were found and 31 patients have died whereas 3354 patients have recovered. The total number of infected has reached 332067 while active cases have come down to 22530.
According to the Health Department, the investigation report of 27548 samples has come negative on Wednesday. District-wise 136 in Dehradun district, 104 in Haridwar, 75 in Nainital, 22 in Pithoragarh, 21 in Tehri, 50 in Chamoli, 46 in Almora, 12 in Pauri, 13 in Rudraprayag, 70 in Udham Singh Nagar, 21 in Uttarkashi, 17 in Bageshwar and 2 infected cases have been found in Champawat district.
On Thursday, the death of seven corona patients in Dehradun, Haridwar and Tehri was from backlog. So far 6573 patients have died in the state. While 297122 patients have emerge victorious from the virus. Active cases are decreasing due to more patients recovering than the infected.
Medicine man Manish proved to be a master in the war with Corona
In the ongoing battle with Corona, fireman Manish Pant has emerged as a master of the police. Along with the police he is also engaged in the service of the people across the state, Manish has left his mark in the mountains and remote areas. He has delivered medicines to more than 74 people, along with this, get many people contacted to doctors through telemedicine.
Manish Pant had delivered medicines to people in the same way during the Corona period last year as well. At that time the police had called him their medicine man. Fireman Manish Pant alone helped hundreds of people in their time of need.
This year also he has delivered medicines to Uttarkashi, Tehri, Pauri, Chamoli, Dehradun, Haridwar, Nainital, Champawat and Pithoragarh districts to people who cannot afford medicines. Manish is presently posted in the media cell of the Police Headquarters.
Manish provides medicines to such needy at his own expense. Manish has done this work under Mission Hausla, the campaign of Director General of Police. He has also helped people with financial constraints with his salary.