Delhi is facing a third wave of coronavirus deaths. Experts say the city has seen a large number of severe non-resident patients, adverse weather conditions, pollution, etc., for treating most deaths from Kovid-19 in the nation’s capital. As of November 21, 1759 people have died in the epidemic in the national capital. That’s about 83 deaths a day. The death toll has reached more than 100 times in the last 10 days.
Officials said 111 patients died on Saturday, 118 on Friday, 131 on Wednesday and 104 on November 12. According to government statistics, the average death rate in Delhi is 1.58 per cent, which is 1.48 per cent higher than the national death rate. Overall, more deaths occur during the winter season, said Dr B.L. Managing Director, Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital. This is a big difference, as we have seen in the death case from Kovid-19.
‘Corona virus spreads in old age’
He said that 70 percent of those who died from coronavirus were elderly or had serious illnesses. Dr Young said most young people were infected before the lockdown was eliminated. Said Sherwal. With the relaxation of restrictions and the festive period, the virus spread rapidly among the elderly. Former Director General of the Indian Medical Research Council (ICMR) Speaking of Ganguly, the death toll figures are being collected better than the initial months. Recently, Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain said the death toll of Kovid-19 in the national capital was slightly above the national average.