INDIA:Why the 857 days of continuous struggle of Chinmaya Foundation against epidemic Corona?

BY DIRAMAKINI

TODAY on India recorded a total of 14,830 new coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours, bringing the country's overall COVID-19 tally to 4,39,20,451. The active cases decreased to 1,47,512, according to the Union Health Ministry data.
According to government data, the death count climbed to 5,26,110 with 36 new fatalities in the last 24 hours.

The active cases comprise 0.35 per cent of the total infections, while the national COVID-19 recovery rate was recorded at 98.45 per cent, the ministry said.
The union territory of Puducherry logged 99 new coronavirus cases during the last 24 hours pushing the overall tally to 1,70,278, a senior official of the Health Department said today.

The Puducherry region alone accounted for 70 of the fresh cases while Karaikal added 22 and Yanam reported seven infections, Director of Health G Sriramulu said in a release.The Mahe region, an enclave of Puducherry in Kerala, did not report any new case.

The Health department Director said the new cases were identified following the examination of 1,841 samples in the last 24 hours ending 10 AM on Tuesday.
The number of active cases stood at 1,076 which comprised 17 patients in hospitals and the remaining 1,059 in home quarantine, he added.

Sriramulu said as many as 254 patients recovered during the last 24 hours and the overall recoveries were 1,67,237.He said there were no fresh fatalities and death count remained at 1,965.

The Health Department has so far examined 23,39,899 samples and found 19,79,357 out of them to be negative.
The test positivity rate was 5.38 per cent while the fatality and recovery rates were 1.15 per cent and 98.21 per cent respectively.The Health Department has so far administered 17,97,380 doses which comprised 9,77,207 first doses, 7,54,243 second doses and 65,930 booster doses.

Today on 14:30 (IST)Assam reported 760 new COVID-19 cases, pushing the tally to 7,35,621, according to the National Health Mission (NHM) bulletin.
The 760 new cases were detected out of 8,499 samples tested on Monday, with the positivity rate declining to 8.94 per cent as against the previous day's 10.29 per cent. The total number of active cases in the state has increased to 5,605 as against the previous day's 5,527.

The new cases were reported from Dibrugarh (64), Goalpara (57), Baksa (51), Dhemaji (47) and Biswanath (42), it said. There were no deaths reported in the state due to COVID during the last 24 hours, according to the bulletin.

The death count remained at 6,667 while 1,347 COVID-19 positive patients have died due to other reasons since April, 2020.
A total of 7,22,002 patients have recovered from COVID-19 so far, including 682 on Monday. The COVID-19 recovery rate in the state is now 98 per cent. A total of 2,84,94,264 samples have been tested so far in the state, according to the bulletin.

Altogether 4,80,33,830 doses of vaccines, including 2,46,10,351 first doses, 2,16,73,915 second doses and 17,49,564 precaution doses have been administered so far, according to the bulletin.

Mizoram reported 197 new COVID-19 cases today, 10 more than the previous day, pushing the tally to 2,31,911, an official said.

The fresh cases were reported from 10 districts with Aizawl registering the highest at 97, followed by Lunglei (39) and Saitual (14), he said.

The single-day positivity rate dipped to 25.29 per cent from 57.14 per cent the previous day, he said.The COVID-19 death count in the state remained at 708 as no new fatality was reported in the last 24 hours.

Mizoram currently has 914 active COVID-19 cases while 2,30,289 people have recovered from the infection, including 187 on Monday.

The COVID-19 recovery rate now is 99.30 per cent and the death rate is 0.30 per cent.The state has tested more than 19.49 lakh samples for COVID-19, including 779 on Monday.

A total of 16,56,899 doses of COVID-19 vaccines, including 8,69,711 first doses, 7,25,906 second doses and 61,282 precaution doses have been administered so far till Monday, according to the state health department.

Jul 26, 2022 14:20 (IST)
Maharashtra's Thane Records 60 New COVID-19 Cases In 24 Hours. Thane has recorded 60 new COVID-19 cases, raising the infection tally in the Maharashtra district to 7,33,543, a health official said today.

With the addition of the latest cases on Monday, the district currently has 965 active COVID-19 cases, he said. One death was also reported on Monday, raising the death count in the district to 11,927, he said.The recovery count in Thane was 7,20,591, the official added.

Jul 26, 2022 12:58 (IST)

COVID-19 India recorded 14,830 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours.Number of deaths due to COVID-19 in the last 24 hours: 36 India's active COVID-19 caseload currently stands at 1,47,512. 30,42,476 Covid vaccine doses administered in last 24 hours. 202.5 crore total vaccine doses (93.04 crore second dose and 7.57 crore booster dose) have been administered so far under the nationwide vaccination drive.
Active cases stand at 0.34%.Recovery rate currently at 98.47%. 18,159 recoveries in the last 24 hours increases the total recoveries to 4,32,46,829

Daily positivity rate (3.48%)

Weekly positivity rate (4.53%)

87.31 crore total tests conducted so far; 4,26,102 tests conducted in the last 24 hours

Today on 06:50 (IST)

Kerala Following Covid Protocol, Centre's Statements "Unfortunate": Kerala Minister Veena George

Kerala is continuing to strictly follow all COVID-19 protocols and the reporting of monkeypox has not led to any slack in the preventive measures against the pandemic, state Health Minister Veena George said on Monday.

As per report in district wise in Odisha state Nabarang pur confirmed 27,520 & recovery 27,328 Nayagarh confirmed 28,753 & recovered 28,395 Nuapada confirmed 26,948 & recovery 26,780 Puri confirmed 50,845 & recovery 49,859 Raygada confirm 24,990 & recovery 24,744 Sambalpur 43,235 & recovery 42,369 Subarnapur 16,823 & recovery 16,548 Sundargarh 93,215 & recovery 91,303 Kalahandi confirmed 28,883 & recovery 28,581 Kandhamal confirmed 13,634 & recovery 13,458 Kendrapara confirmed 28,137 & recovery 27,797 Kendujhar confirmed 24,387 & recovered 24,119 Khordha confirmed 2,51,561 & recovered 2,48,172 Koraput confirmed 23,731 & recovered 23,574 Malkangiri confirmed 12,881 & recovered 12,828 Mayurbhanj confirmed 49,354 & recovery 48,518 Cuttack confirmed 1,16,247 & recovery 1,14,727 Deogarh confirmed 8,636 & recovery 8,546 Dhenkanal confirmed 22,401 & recovery 22,127 Gajapati confirmed 13,242 & recovery 13,119 Ganjam confirmed 36,814 & recovered 36,276 Jagatsinghpur confirmed 32,370 & recovered 31,954 Jajpur confirmed 50,661 & recovered 50,263 Jharsuguda confirmed 28,732 & recovered 28,450 Angul confirmed 48,103 & recovered 47,658 Balasore confirmed 49,357 & recovered 48,856 Bargarh confirmed 34,715 & recovered 34,212 Bhadrak confirmed 29,648 & recovered 29,387 Bolangir confirmed 29,164 & recovered 28,931 Boudh confirmed 14,735 & recovered 14,557.

So it is essentially duty of us to aware the unaware people's about Covid-19 & distribute Covid Kits to the poor & needy people's.In Indian philosophy, a person goes to heaven by helping others & goes to hell by doing harm to others.

In the Aryavartana (Indian) philosophy, it is the supreme & sacred duty of every person to work for the welfare of the individual, family, society, nation & the world. To make every person aware of this justice and to provide help to the helpless, from last 22nd March 2020 to till today, the journey has been uninterrupted for 857 days.

The Lock down & Short down day was continue from 22 nd March 2020, when the whole of India was locked for the year. From that day onward, India's leading International People's Enhancement Voluntary Organization for Peace & Harmony "The Chinmaya Foundation" vowed to raise awareness of the unconscious and provide assistance to the poor & helpless.

For this, people should be aware of not touching the infected person, maintaining social distance, washing hands frequently with soap or sanitizer, always using masks, and especially getting vaccinated at the vaccination center on time, keeping yourself safe and helping to protect others.

The workers of Chinmaya Foundation continue to distribute masks, soap, sanitizer, hand gloves & ORS to protect against diarrhea during rains. Cooked & dry food, clothes, groceries are provided to the poor, destitute, beggars, insane, lunatics etc. and books, notebooks, school equipment, toys with financial assistance are provided to the slum children.

Foundation staff cleans and refines contaminated areas. While this program has been going on for 857 days in different parts of the country, the day number 855th to 857th on Sunday to Tuesday on date 24th July 2022 to 26th July 2022 awareness, corona kit and relief distribution program has been held in various areas of Jajpur district of ​​the Odisha state under the instructions of the national chairman of the foundation Mr. Chinmaya Dash.
Under the management of social worker & coordinator of the awareness program Master Mihir Kumr & other members of the foundation, it has been seen that this work has been carried out in the areas of Binjharpur, Dasarathpur, Jajpur, Bari, Rasulpur & Dharmashala block of Jajpur district of Odisha state.

Post a Comment

0 Comments