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Lucknow medical hospitals and facilities for Coronavirus treatment get a helping hand in the from of a makeshift dedicated Apollo Medics' COVID-19 ward which was established in under a week by utilising the rapid means of German hanger construction. Inaugurated by the Chief Secretary of the State, this new facility is equipped with high-end machines and instruments to provide aid to the critically ill coronavirus patients.
Lucknow's Abhinav needs your support for his mother who is suffering from Cancer, here's how you can help
It all started back in 2015, when Abhinav Misra got a call from his mother, asking him to urgently come back to Lucknow from Kolkata. Fast forward to 24 hours later, Abhinav was shocked to see his mother, Rajul Misra at the gate- she had lost 20kgs in just 3 months which was nothing less than alarming. After multiple doctor visits, it was then found that Rajul was suffering from Metastatic Breast Cancer and just last year, her PET-Scan revealed that she had a brain lesion, which required immediate surgery. Her operation and radiation costs were marked at 5 lakhs, along with the expenses of continuous Targeted Drugs and Chemotherapy.
The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister inaugurated the state's integrated COVID-19 forum in Lucknow, on Sunday. The application, labreports.upcovid19tracks, has been programmed and designed to digitally set up a means to trace and control the trend of exponential community spread of the novel coronavirus, helping the state to curb the transmission & growth rate of the infection.
The sky-rocketing tallies of new infections in Lucknow have recorded around 1,160 fresh cases in the city on Saturday. With this continued surge of cases for the 2nd consecutive day, its total caseload now stands at around 45,269 infections. On the other hand, recoveries in the district also witness a boost as the highest-ever tally of 1,105 patients were reported corona-free in a single day! The fatalities were also stilted at the mark of 9, raising the mortality count to 585 in the city.
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Recording as many as 1,255 cases in 24 hours, Lucknow has reported the highest tally in the state, which is consequently also its highest spike since the virus outbreak. With increased testing, Lucknow sampled a total of 7,829 people by means of surveillance, contact tracing and on-demand testing. With this surge, Lucknow's total caseload now stands at 44,109, with an active total of 10,044 cases.
Hospitals in the country are facing a major oxygen crisis due to the COVID-19 surging cases. Due to the nature of the coronavairus, a chunk of the victims are mostly under respiratory distress. Uttar Pradesh too, is steadily reporting the demands of oxygen cylinders and keeping this in view, the state's CM has requested all the government hospitals to stock up on a 48-hour backup. So in a bid to keep the oxygen flow sufficiently running, UP's health department is planning to install oxygen generators at hospitals
Lucknow has upgraded its testing capacities and around 4.5 lakh COVID tests have been conducted so far, which happens to be the highest among all other districts in Uttar Pradesh,. Following the state administration's directives, Lucknow has ramped up its testing facilities, yielding an 8.8% case positivity rate; that is, 8.8% of all 4.5 lakh samples are infected with the Coronavirus.
With a 4-fold transmission speed of the coronavirus in Lucknow, the number of new cases keeps on climbing up a steep ladder. With an average rise of over 1000 cases a day, the capital has managed to record high fresh tallies every day which have increased by 1.8% in just a week. Lucknow has recorded as many as 41,091 cases since its outbreak in April, where a tally of 6719 cases was reported in a 7 day period. Cementing its place as the worst-hit district in the Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow alone has contributed to about 13% of the total 3,17,195 cases reported in the state.
You can now get yourself tested at any ICMR approved private pathology for the coronavirus without a doctor's prescription in Uttar Pradesh. The government has adopted the 'testing on-demand' method of screening in the state. This new liberalisation allows people to get a COVID test without a medical or doctor's prescription which was earlier instrumental in conducting tests.
The state government has adopted the guidelines issued by the Indian Council of Medical Research for this open-loop testing method where people only need to specify the reason for the test, instead of furnishing a self-declaration or a prescription.
The Capital City of Lucknow continues to be the worst-hit city of in the state of Uttar Pradesh as an increased number of coronavirus cases are being recognised every day. About 1006 cases were reported today, after which the total number of confirmed cases have reached 31,502 in the city. This exponential rise in the transmission of the virus has reported over 5318 cases in the last week itself, taking the average daily statistic to touch about 760 news cases.