More than 65 COVID-19 patients cured in Lucknow; Plasma Therapy in action as well

6 of these patients are from the Sadar area which was declared as the 'largest hotspot area' here in Lucknow.

Amid this pandemic situation, till now Uttar Pradesh has witnessed 2,211 confirmed cases of coronavirus and around 40 deaths because of it. But we must also focus on the silver lining of this cloudy situation. More than 65 COVID-19 patients have been cured here in Lucknow and many of these patients are being given a warm send off by the hospital authorities for a morale boost.

What's the Good News?

The number of positive cases in Lucknow presently stands at 206 and out of this, around 65 cured patients have been discharged. Along with this good news, the cherry on the cake is definitely the plasma therapy which is in full swing at Lucknow's KGMU hospital, which is also the first medical facility in the state to start this process. The vitals of one of the patients in KGMU has been stable after he was put on convalescent plasma therapy, although he is still on ventilator support. This 58-year-old government doctor from Orai, was transfused with two 200ml doses of plasma donated by a Covid-19 survivor, one each on Sunday and Monday.

On Wednesday, UP CM Yogi Adityanath also directed the health department and the medical education department to add more beds to the present capacity of the Covid-19 infrastructure across hospitals in the next two weeks.

A message to all our readers

Times are difficult but we have to come out stronger than ever after all this is over. So we sincerely request all our readers to adhere to the protocols of this lockdown and to follow the essential rules of social distancing for the greater good. Keep on washing and sanitising your hands frequently after you come in contact with whosoever and at the slightest of any signs, do contact a medical professional instead of self-medicating.

Driven by Lucknow boy Hemant Thakur, 'MOST' has distributed over 40,000 meals during this lockdown

The team has also helped thousands of migrants to register for special trains and sent them back home.

Since 2014, MOST has been functional in Lucknow and is run by city boy Hemant Thakur. It was founded with a vision to teach children hailing from underprivileged sections of the society. So when the country-wide lockdown was imposed, many of those pupils studying here reported that their parents who were mostly daily wagers, had lost sources of income and have been facing issues of various kinds. To minimise this crisis, Hemant took it upon his shoulders to reach out to people in need and his story has left us all inspired!

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Shopping Complexes can now reopen in Lucknow; here are the guidelines to be followed

Shopping complexes can reopen however, malls will remain shut.

After a gap of 2 months, finally the authorities have come up with considerable relaxations during this 4th phase of the lockdown in hopes of reviving the economical conditions. The administration of Lucknow announced that centrally air-conditioned shopping complexes in the city can be back in business but the air conditioners need to be kept shut.

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Lucknow's Munick has launched a new menu so take out your phones and start ordering!

The German bistro is back with a new pocket-friendly menu to curb our hunger pangs in delicious ways!

Given the new rules and regulations of the 4th phase of this lockdown situation, many eateries have been given the permission to serve their patrons once again, through online deliveries. Luckily for us, Munick is on the list and we're absolutely thrilled to binge on their options, after weeks of cooking meals at home. Honestly, this is the kinda good news foodies all over the city have been hoping for and it's FINALLY here! Download the full menu by clicking below.

Munick Delivery Menu Online.pdf

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After a pause of two months due to the COVID-19 crisis at hand, the centre has allowed domestic flight operations but this time, there are new rules and regulations to be followed. Lucknow's Chaudhary Charan Singh airport became functional again and flyers coming back to the city from anywhere across India, have been instructed to stay in home-quarantine for 2 weeks.

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