Comparison of August 2020 and 2021 shows Kerala pattern of cases, deaths differs sharply from the other states
The city has been witnessing a steady decline in daily mortality since July 10, when five deaths were reported.
67 doctors died due to Covid in State during the first wave; now toll stands at 120
This is in contrast with the manufacturing sector growth, which witnessed a rebound in July.
Minister Samir Ranjan Dash said attendance is expected to rise as parents want their wards to continue classes in offline mode
Second wave caused 30% more deaths in admitted patients than the first, shows data from 41 hospitals
The study has also shown that mortality due to the infectious disease also went up in all age groups.
Survey conducted on LocalCircles platform shows 39% of Keralites rate government’s handling of pandemic wave as effective
“Long term damage to the industry was avoided because of the way the lockdown restrictions were enforced.
Medical records of a total of 14,398 cases admitted in the first wave to the Max network of hospitals and 5,454 cases admitted in the same hospitals during the second wave were compared.
Pooja also alleged that those covered under CMCHIS were not given plasma and certain medications and that they were discharged by the hospital faster.
The report also found that approximately every third elderly (35.1 per cent) claimed that older people face domestic violence (physical or verbal) in old age.
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Experts have urged youngsters, a majority of whom are under treatment at home, to be vigilant and seek medical help as soon as they develop any serious symptom.
The fear of receiving bad news has led to many of them hating the very idea of answering a phone call.
This will be known in about two weeks, they said, pointing out that the virus variants have not weakened and are here to stay.