Delhi, Mumbai Covid Cases Falling, But Deaths Still A Concern: Doctors

Thursday, May 20, 2021

/ by mansuralisaha

The News Cover: why deaths, in the second wave, have been so high even as cases are coming down. now of course there is a 14-day lag as well but what doctors have told that in the second wave. they're seeing the survival rate, from ICU patients, is much lower while covid cases have started seeing. a decline in India's worst-affected cities deaths are still high with many in the ICU are not surviving in Delhi cases. have come down by 75 in the last 10 days. but deaths have reduced by only 27 percent, at Delhi's biggest private hospital chain max hospitals. 

more than 30,000 patients have been admitted in the second wave since the first week of April and the most striking difference is an increased mortality rate this year. so this rate mortality rate last year, was around six percent. this year that cumulative monthly mortality rate has increased to almost 7.5 or 7.6 percent, officials of Delhi's biggest government tron covid hospital say. late hospitalization has played, a role six thousand five hundred kilograms in Mumbai cases. 

have come down 25 in the last 10 days, but deaths have reduced by 23 percent the substantial amount of patients. which we are seeing are taking longer to recover as compared to the first week, and this is not particularly seen in patients, with comorbidity our mortality rates in the ICU, is about 10 to 12 not only are the younger people getting affected but like last time there's a mass difference in that the virulence of the organism seems to be more in order to handle critical care patients. both central, as well as state governments, are ramping up the number of ICU beds as well as the production of oxygen but it could take the next few days or even weeks to see a clear impact of these measures.

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