Indore's COVID recovery tally dips to 34 from 1500 in one month!

Around 94% of COVID patients admitted at Radha Soami Satsang facility have recovered.

Indore's COVID graph has dipped steeply to record a rapidly lowering positivity rate. The positivity rate between June 11 to 17 was reported to be restricted below the 1% mark, denoting a control over the virus transmission and spread. Within a month, the city has managed to curb its infection tallis from 1,500 (on May 15) to fewer than 50, for 3 days in succession now.


COVID decline harnesses respite for Indore

A steadfast COVID decline in Indore has helped to lower the overall pandemic threat here. Data records highlight that the district has reported only 468 news infections in the past week (June 11 to June 17), which accounts for less than 1% positivity rate in view of the testing potential. As per reports, this tally was looming over the 2.2% meter in the first week of June with around 1,956 fresh cases.

The District Nodal Officer COVID-19 informed that Indore has been recording a consistent dip in the new case count since mid-March. In one month, the tallies dipped from 1,262 to 34, awarding the city its lowest weekly positivity rate since the coronavirus outbreak. The authority has appealed to the public to adhere to precautionary norms, protocols and guidelines to ensure the prevailing downward trajectory.

Indore's testing and sampling potentials are inclining towards the upper scale, on par with the capacities of May. The average sampling count in a day is around 10,000, which is being picked up randomly from densely packed areas to possible hotspots in all zones and wards. Officials informed that this is helping the state to gauge the reality of the ground COVID situation.

COVID facility at Radha Soami Satsang to stand until December

The Indore district authorities have decided to continue the provisional COVID centre at the Radha Soami Satsang until December this year to tackle the expected third wave of coronavirus. As per reports, this temporary facility has played a major role in catering to timely medical attention to COVID patients during the second-wave peak here.

Of all patients admitted here, only 141 had to be shifted to hospitals, while its recovery yield is marked at a spectacular 94%. The centre was nursing around 3200 virus-infected patients until June 12, informed a member of the State Disaster Management Committee.

Besides clinical attention, the centre is also facilitating various activities such as yoga and pranayama to maintain a mind-body balance in the patients. Other provisions of breakfast, tea and dinners along with prime hygienic surroundings are also being ensured here to boost COVID recovery among inmates.

​IRCTC's Bharat Darshan tour starting Aug 29 to pass through Jaipur & other prominent cities!

Labeled "Splendors of India", the scheme entails a train journey along a route running through Hyderabad, Punjab, Jaipur & Gujarat.

In a bid to boost tourism across the nation, the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Ltd (IRCTC) is initiating a Bharat Darshan special tourist train service. Labeled "Splendors of India", the scheme entails a train journey along a route running through Hyderabad, Punjab, Jaipur and Gujarat. As per reports, this interesting service being offered by the national authority will be functional from 29 August to 9 September.

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Lucknow Cantonment Area road to be widened with translocation of around 250 trees!

As per the available information, 180 out of these 250 trees are aged between 70 to 80 years.

In an attempt to allow easier traffic movement, the 3.7 km long Lucknow-Varanasi road between MB Club to Lalkurti in Lucknow's Cantonment area will be widened through the translocation of nearly 250 trees. As per the available information, 180 out of these 250 trees are aged between 70 to 80 years. Thereby, the officials have to take great care while executing the process and an approximate amount of ₹2 crores will be spent on the project.

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Get early morning doorstep delivery of milk, vegetables & much more with Gyan Fresh App!

Catering to your regular dairy and breakfast needs, Gyan Fresh is now delivering in Lucknow & Kanpur

Amid the troubled times of the pandemic, CP Milks through its brand Gyan Dairy came to the rescue of the city folks with the launch of its mobile-based application- Gyan Fresh. Driven by the love and patronage of consumers, this move was aimed at providing early morning milk and breakfast deliveries. And now, it has revolutionised the business with over 65 lakh successful deliveries!

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Lucknow, Kanpur & other UP districts to now ensure 24x7 availability of ambulance services

Directives have also been issued to improve the response time of ambulances in UP

In a bid to improve the medical infrastructure in Uttar Pradesh, all districts here will now have to ensure a 24x7 availability of the ambulance services. The directive has been issued to ensure an improved medical ferry system in the state ahead of the expectant rise of the 'third wave' of coronavirus. As per reports, relative orders to hasten the response time of these services have also be rolled out accordingly.

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Indore civic body to initiate serosurvey for detecting antibodies amongst kids below 18

As per reports, more than 1800 children from 25 different municipal regions of the city would participate in for the survey.

In an attempt to assess the state of the pandemic in Indore, the officials have planned to initiate a serosurvey amongst children below the age of 18. This process will help in detecting the presence of antibodies among minors and thereby, the officials will be able to gauge the level of immunity against the possible third wave of accelerated infections. As per reports, more than 1800 children from 25 different municipal regions of the city would be roped in for the survey.

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BMC begins door-to-door vaccination trial for bed-ridden people in Mumbai

The first phase of the doorstep vaccination has been rolled out in Mumbai's K-east ward.

The Brihannumbai Municipal Corporation on Friday launched the trial for door-step vaccination to strengthen its immunity drive for the bed-ridden people in Mumbai. As per reports, the first phase of the door-to-door scheme will be tested in the western suburb of Andheri (East), Marol, Chakala and other areas of the K-east ward. The information about these bed-ridden citizens will be aggregated at the covidvacc2bedridden@gmail.com, the civic body stated. So far details of around 4,466 such people have been received.

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