3k Of the 4k Covid patients recovered in Vid

Nagpur: One day after surpassing 4,000 Covid-19 cases, Vidarbha surpassed 3,000 marks in recoveries on Friday, with a total of 122 patients discharged from various hospitals in the region. Currently, out of 4,138 total cases, 3,104 have recovered, taking the recovery rate of Vidarbha to more than 75%.

Ironically, out of a total of 3,104 recoveries, 1,950 came in 26 days of June alone, which is 63% of Vidarbha’s last 26 days recoveries.

On 26 June, 82 new cases were registered by Vidarbha, while 122 patients were discharged. From the area three Covid-19 deaths were registered  2 in Nagpur and 1 in Amravati, bringing Vidarbha’s casualty numbers to 144. The region’s fatality rate is still 3.47 percent, which is slightly higher than the 3.1 percent national rate but lower than the 4.6 percent Maharashtra.

22 new cases were registered in Akola followed by Nagpur 17, Buldhana 13, Chandrapur 8, Yavatmal 4, Amravati 14, Gadchiroli 2, Wardha 1, and Washim 1. Top 57 patients were recovered in Akola on Friday, followed by Nagpur 25, Amravati 13, Yavatmal 12, Washim 6, Gadchiroli 3, Buldhana 3, Gondia 2, Chandrapur 1. Gondia district now has only 2 active patients, both young and asymptomatic, with 102 out of 104 patients recovered and discharged.

Akola accounts for 74 out of 144 COVID patients deaths in Vidarbha but on Friday there was no new death recorded from there. Two patients, however, one from Gondia and one from Nagpur’s Covid-19 hotspot Dobi Nagar died in Nagpur. Amravati also reported the death of a 71-year-old man from Badnera, the district ‘s newest Covid-19 hotspot. Nagpur now has 23 fatalities while Amravati has 21.

AMRAVATI: On Friday, Hotspot Badnera reported his third Covid-19 death to take the death toll of the district to 21 as Chawadi Chowk’s 71-year-old resident in Old City Badnera breathed his last breath at COVID Hospital. Today, publishing 14 new events, Amravati is now just 14 short of 500-mark. Some cases brought Covid’s count to 486 in the district.

Though 14 new cases came in, today 13 were discharged to take the number of patients recovered to 350. Which is about 72%. A release by the civil surgeon’s office said the Badnera deceased’s swab samples were taken as he showed symptoms on June 24. Later, he was admitted to a district general hospital as the patient developed a high fever. He died in care on Friday morning, while his swab test, along with another 41-year-old male from his family, was positive in the evening. A 24-year-old woman from Weekly Bazar locality tested positive earlier in the morning. These three cases took the COVID patients count of Badnera to 69.

Another PDMC physician, this time a 27-year-old man, tested positively to raise the count of health care staff from the hospital, where nurses have been operating, to three.

Also this evening, Amba Gate reported three cases (M 18, F 44 & 75) to take their count to six, while Mahajanpura added two more a couple aged 51 and 45, to take their count to three. Chhayanagar posted his fourth case through a 28-year-old woman while Sabanpura took her count to 14 through a 56-year old male. Later in the morning, Dattapur reported 42nd case from the rural belt in Dhamangaon Railway tehsil when a 34-year-old man from Anjangaon Surji town tested positively there.

Motinagar in town today gave her first case through a 27-year-old woman, while Gopalnagar ‘s fourth case was posted by a 47-year-old woman. With 21 deaths and 350 patients treated, Friday’s number of active cases is 115 including 11 in Nagpur.

AKOLA: On Friday, Akola registered 22 new cases while discharging 57 patients. Akola has a total of 1,364 cases, 1047 of which have been recovered. The recovery rate is more than 76 percent, which is highest among the districts that have more than 1,000 cases among Covid-19. With six more patients recovered from there, Akola exceeded Nagpur also. Akola is Vidarbha’s worst-hit district with 74 fatalities to date. But a promising factor is the high rate of recovery.

CHANDRAPUR: Eight more people were found positive for coronavirus infection in Chandrapur in yet another spike in Covid-19 cases. In Chandrapur, the number of successful patients has now risen to 74.

Seven of these belong to the tehsil Warora. We include two youngsters 19-year-old sisters and 25-year-old sisters from Warora’s Subhash Nagar who had returned from Aurangabad and tested positive. Similarly, Covid-19 also found positive a pair, including a 64-year-old husband and 54-year-old wife from Waghnakh village in Warora tehsil, who had returned from Mumbai and had been placed into quarantine in the house. Positive to the infection was also found to be a 32-year-old man and a 37-year-old woman from Abhyankar ward in Warora, who had returned from Hyderabad and served home quarantine. Another 65-year-old individual from Warora tehsil in Dongargaon was also found positive.

YAVATMAL: On Friday, four new positive cases were reported while 12 patients were recovered and discharged at Yavatmal. At Yavatmal, the total number of active patients now is 64. Two men and two women are among four new patients identified on June 26. Three are Digras and one is Darwha. There are currently 88 individuals admitted to the isolation ward, of whom 64 are active patients, while others are presumptive cases whose samples will now be tested.

BULDHANA: In Buldhana, 13 new cases have been reported which are now heading towards the double century of COVID patients cases. The alarming fact about Buldhana is that it is from remote district villages that the cases come. On June 26, Nandura reported four cases wee, and Khamgaon, Shegaon, Alsana, Sagrampur, and Lonar reported one each. Malkapur in Buldhana has emerged as a hotspot in the last eight days with 4 deaths reported from here. There are now 183 cases in Buldhana including 11 deaths and 135 recoveries.

WASHIM: for the second day in a row, on June 26, recoveries were on the rise in Washim. Of 87 cases, six patients recovered taking total recovery to 64. A 14-year-old Mumbai-returnee boy tested positive which was reported here on June 26 only as a new case. In addition to reporting 2 deaths, Washim has 21 active cases, all of which are returnees from various districts in the hotspot.

GADCHIROLI: Two new cases were reported whereas on June 26, three patients recovered from Gadchiroli. Both the youth who screened Gadchiroli positively were returnees, and they were already in the institutional quarantine center. Three women from Mulchera tehsil recovered from the district hospital and were discharged. Today, there are 64 cases in Gadchiroli, and 49 recovered.

BHANDARA: On June 26, the district was the only one from Vidarbha to record no new case and no recovery. Active patient numbers here are 28.

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