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In one day, two people died of the deadly virus in the state. Both are residents of Kolkata and North 24 Parganas.
#Kolkata: The situation in West Bengal, like the rest of the country, is looking dire. In the last 24 hours, 972 people have been infected with corona in the state. Doctors say the figures are a record in the last few months. According to the report given by the health department on Wednesday, clouds of fear are appearing in the sky of Bengal. Records say Kolkata tops the list in terms of number of infections. In this way, if the corona infection continues to increase, the doctors think that a terrible situation may arise. Meanwhile, vaccination of people above 45 years of age has started from today.
Doctors say that this is a record in the last few months. According to an official report on Tuesday, 628 people were infected with corona in the state. As a result, the total number of corona cases in the state has increased to 5 lakh 8 thousand 915 people. Health officials are concerned about the growing number of covid patients under treatment.
In the last 24 hours, 508 of them have won. On this day, the recovery rate stood at 97.28 percent. In one day, two people died of the deadly virus in the state. Both are residents of Kolkata and North 24 Parganas. As a result, the total number of deaths in Corona in the state rose to 10,329. The number of sample tests has increased significantly in the last 24 hours. In the last 24 hours, 23 thousand 538 people have been tested for saliva. The total sample test is 91 lakh 72 thousand 599 in the state.
Kolkata is becoming the corona hotspot in the state. In Kolkata, 360 people were infected on one side. Right behind it is North 24 Parganas. Where 212 people have been infected with covid in the last 24 hours. This upward statistic is what doctors are thinking. Although the state administration is placing special emphasis on vaccination at the moment in the Corona War. In addition, doctors and administrators are increasingly emphasizing the use of masks, sanitizers and adherence to ‘social distance’ to prevent coronary infections. At the same time, micro containment zones are also being considered.