Monday, January 30, 2023

Delhi reports 1,407 new cases of COVID-19 and two deaths in the last 24 hours

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The Delhi government has been battling an outbreak of the deadly virus, which spreads from person to person through coughing and sneezing, since January this year. Covid-19 is a big issue in Delhi, As of March 27, Delhi has reported over 6,000 cases of co-infection. With dengue and the less severe dengue virus fever (DVF). Covid-19 is a big problem in the world, The National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) said that there were 23 deaths from co-infection till March 27. One death was reported on Saturday.

Since the beginning of April, Delhi has reported over 1,900 cases of COVID-19, with 18 deaths, according to the city’s Department of Health and Family Welfare. The latest figures released by the department show that at least 1,407 new cases were reported in the last 24 hours alone, leading to two deaths. However, the city witnessed a slight dip in the positivity rate today. Which stood at 4.72%, compared to 5.39% on Friday. While the number of recoveries was still high at 1,546, it was lower than 1,743 on Friday.

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New cases

The most important thing is to stay indoors. If you get sick it will spread from person to person. Wash your hands before eating or touching your face. Make sure that if someone else has come down with a fever that. They are staying indoors as well (they should be home resting). Get them plenty of water and food until they get better. It’s going to take about a week for them to feel like themselves again. Before that happens make sure they eat nutritious food (meat or some sort of protein). When they finally do start feeling like themselves make sure they take vitamins to boost their immune system. Because when you’re sick you aren’t absorbing everything very well so taking extra is always good. If you want more information about health.

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Positive symptoms

The onset or return of psychotic symptoms, including hallucinations or delusions. It’s a major hallmark of schizophrenia, says Lakshmi Nair, MD, MPH, a clinical psychiatrist at Zucker Hillside Hospital in Glen Oaks, New York. Along with insomnia and apathy (I don’t care about anything). These symptoms can also include strange body movements (tics) or disorganized thinking. You might find yourself feeling like you’re going crazy, Nair says. Treatment often involves antipsychotic drugs as well as cognitive behavioral. Therapy to reduce stress and help patients focus on day-to-day tasks.

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