Men have higher mortality rates than women Kinnear has died in Corona
Bhubaneswar: The second wave of corona is not over in the state. The number of daily infections is about a thousand. However, the severity and mortality of infections in the second wave were significantly higher than in the first wave. Men are more likely to be infected than women. However, the number of young people over the age of 65 is the highest, despite the high number of young people infected.
The second wave of the corona began in the state last April. Gradually the infection situation worsened, with daily infections exceeding 12,000. Experts estimate that coronavirus infection in the state has also failed. According to the Department of Health, 3,28,04 positive cases were reported in the state in the first wave, killing 14 people. The second wave killed more than two times the number of deaths and nearly three times the number of deaths. As of the 14th of this month, 4,029 positive cases have been identified in the state and 5,175 deaths have been reported. As the state now announces the remaining Covida deaths, the death toll is expected to rise further.
In the second wave, 4 children aged 0-5 years were positive and 2 died, 3,612 infants and one died. The most infected are 15-4 categories. Of these, 2,606 were men and 1,058 were killed, 1,056 were women and 713 were killed. Similarly, 1,820 men and 1,304 deaths in the 65-60 category, 42,58 women and 4 deaths, 42,18 men and 117 deaths over the age of 40, 23,537 women and 4 deaths were recorded. In addition, four Kinners were infected, while one Kinnear was more than 40 years old. Coronavirus vaccination has begun in the state since January this year. The vaccine was first administered to health workers, then to people over the age of 40 and those over 65 years of age with complex diseases. However, the death toll in the state has risen to more than 45. The state has killed 3,656 people over the age of 45. This is significantly higher than the 15-4 category.
The senior physician, Drs. According to Niroj Mishra, the nationwide Delta variant was more influential in the second wave. In Odisha, too, the Delta variant was more influential. As a result, more and more people over the age of 65 have died, even though the youth have become more infected. Young people are more likely to be affected by non-compliance with Covid’s rules. Even after being vaccinated, there has been a break-even infection. Western nations are worried about the booster dose due to the lack of vaccine effects in a recent study. If there is no new variant of the corona, the chances of a third wave in the state are low. So we have to learn from Spanish flu. The infection lasted for 2 years and 2 months. Therefore, the corona epidemic is also likely to decline by April next year, ”he said. Mishra said.
On the other hand, the number of coronary infections in the state has exceeded one million. In the last 24 hours, the number of infected people in the state has risen to 10 million. Among the infected are 114 children under the age of 18. Cuttack, with a maximum of 352 cases in Khordha, has dropped from seven to seven. Balasore 51, Jajpur 4, Mayurbhanj 38, Kendrapara 31, Jagatsinghpur 26, Anugul 23 and Nayagarh 18 have been identified.
Four more people have been reported dead in the state. Jagatsinghpur 11, Cuttack 10, Dhenkanal 4, Kendrapara 4, Anugul-Jajpur 4, Bhadrak 5, Balasore 4, Khordha 3, Kendujhar, Mayurbhanj and Nayagarh were killed. The total death toll has risen to 427. Today, 4 coronary patients have recovered. As a result, the number of patients undergoing treatment in the state has dropped to 4,516. In addition, the total number of healthy patients has increased to 4,622.
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