- Corona cases increased again in Bihar, 88 new cases on Wednesday
- 54 new cases came on Monday, 82 cases increased on Tuesday
- 129 patients were cured in Bihar during last 24 hours
- The recovery rate in the state was 98.59 percent on Wednesday.
Bihar In the cases of Corona (Bihar Coronavirus Cases) have started increasing once again. 88 new positive cases have been reported on Wednesday. During this, three patients have died due to this epidemic. These figures are shocking because 54 cases were reported in the state on Monday, which increased to 82 on Tuesday. According to the data of the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Bihar was ranked seventh in the country in terms of active Kovid cases till Wednesday morning.
129 patients recovered on Wednesday, recovery rate 98.59 percent
In Bihar, 129 patients have been cured of corona infection during the last 24 hours. At present there are 589 active cases in the state. According to the data of new positive cases and discharged patients, Bihar’s recovery rate has gone up to 98.59 per cent, which is 1.23 per cent higher than the national average of 97.36 per cent.
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Most active cases in Patna, know the condition of other districts
According to the state health department data, Patna reported the maximum number of 11 new patients, followed by Katihar (8) and Khagaria (7). Thus, Patna was the only district in the state to have new Covid cases in double digits. In the last 24 hours, 10 districts did not report a single new Covid case, while eight districts reported one case each. Patna had the highest number of 93 active cases on Wednesday, followed by East Champaran (51) and Bhagalpur (31). There was not a single active case in Buxar on Wednesday.
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No death due to lack of oxygen in Bihar: Health Minister
It was told by the Center in Parliament that during the second wave of the Kovid-19 epidemic, there were no deaths due to lack of oxygen in the states and union territories. Meanwhile, state Health Minister Mangal Pandey has made similar claims about Bihar. He said that during the peak of the second wave of corona, there was a delay in the availability of oxygen to some patients, but there were no casualties due to its lack. The Health Minister said that we have provided oxygen to all the patients in government and private hospitals. During the peak of the second wave, up to 232 metric tons of medical oxygen was provided, which was 14 times more than normal.