Corona infection is decreasing in MP: Chouhan

Bhopal : Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Thursday said that due to the continuous efforts of all and active support of the people, now the corona infection is coming down in the state.

“A large number of patients are getting healthy and going home. The effect of Janata curfew is beginning to be seen in the state,” Chouhan said while holding a meeting of the members of the core group through video conferencing from his residence regarding the status and arrangements of corona in the state.

The concerned ministers and officials attended the meeting through VC.

Number of active patients 92,077

Chouhan said that the number of active patients of Corona in the state had increased to more than 94 thousand, which is now 92 thousand 77. In the last 24 hours, 13 thousand 363 patients have gone home healthy. The number of active corona patients has decreased by 696.

Weekly average positivity rate of 22.7 percent

The Chief Minister said that the corona positivity rate of the state is also declining continuously. The state’s weekly average positivity rate is 22.7%. There were 55 thousand 694 active patients in the state on April 15 and 84,957 active patients on April 22, while on April 29, there are 92 thousand 77 active patients.

Most cases in Bhopal

District wise review found that 1811 new Corona cases have been reported in Bhopal. There have been 1789 new corona cases in Indore, 920 in Gwalior, 741 in Jabalpur, 348 in Rewa, 308 in Ujjain and 296 in Ratlam.

Oxygen availability is continuously increasing

Chouhan said that the availability of oxygen in the state is continuously increasing. Oxygen is coming to Madhya Pradesh from all three modes: by air, rail and road. The state received 568.76 metric tonnes of oxygen on 28 April.

The Chief Minister instructed that all districts should use oxygen as required and shouldn’t waste it unnecessarily. (PR)

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