The relief news in Gautam Buddha Nagar, which is included in the ‘Red Zone’ districts of Uttar Pradesh, is that 60 per cent of the patients of Kovid-19 have gone home during treatment and the death rate of infected people is 1.27 per cent. According to District Monitoring Officer Sunil Dohra in Noida, 236 patients of Covid-19 have been found so far in district Gautam Buddha Nagar. Of these, 143 patients have recovered during treatment and have gone home.
He said that the recovery rate of infected patients is about 60 percent. A total of three people died in these 236 patients. According to Encore, the average death of corona infected patients in the district is 1.27 percent. He informed that a total of 90 patients are being treated in various hospitals here. Most of the patients are also out of danger. None of the patients are on ventilators.
Meanwhile, Gautam Budh Nagar police on Wednesday registered five cases and arrested 18 people for violating the lockdown. Pankaj Kumar, media cell in-charge of the police commissioner, said that section 144 and lockdown is applicable because of Kovid-19 in Gautam Buddha Nagar district. He said that a total of five cases were registered in various police stations of the district on Wednesday for violation of lockdown and Section 144 and arrested 18 people.
He said that police investigated 950 vehicles and challans of 342 vehicles were cut, while 16 vehicles were seized. Industrial units and development schemes have been started in the city to bring the affected economy back on track due to the lockdown in Noida.
Noida Authority’s Chief Executive Officer Ritu Maheshwari said that after the Uttar Pradesh government’s order, the industrial units located in the Noida area have been opened by instructing them to comply with the protocol of Covid-19.
He said that till Wednesday evening, about 6800 employees and workers were allowed to work with a total of 1400 industries. He informed that 27 housing societies have been given permission to work with around 8,700 workers. The CO said that 572 export units have been allowed to open to boost exports.