Don't Worry, Says Health Minister Amid Rising Covid Cases

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Don’t Worry, Says Health Minister Amid Rising Covid Cases

| Updated: April 3, 2023 18:02

Union Health Minister Manuskh Mandaviya on Monday said that omicron’s sub-variant which is circulating in the country has not led to an increase in hospitalisations and there is no need to worry.

The Minister said that “We need to remain alert but there is no need to worry. Currently, the sub-variant of Omicron which is circulating in the country hasn’t increased hospitalisations,” Mandaviya said.

In recent days, in India covid cases have been spiking up, with daily new infections ranging from 2,994 on April 1 to 3,824 on April 2 and 3,641 on April 3. Today, India’s daily positivity rate was 6.12%, and the weekly positivity rate was 2.45%.

In the last 24 hours, 1,800 patients recovered from the disease. There are currently 20,219 active cases in the country. In the wake of the rise in cases in the past week across the country, the ministry of health and family welfare has issued revised guidelines for Covid-19.

The revised guidelines said that “Antibiotics should not be used unless there is clinical suspicion of bacterial infection. The possibility of coinfection of COVID-19 with other endemic infections must be considered. Systemic corticosteroids are not indicated in mild disease.”

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