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Covid infection: Take care of young children, the third most likely wave

The risk of covid infection is steadily increasing. A third possible wave of coronavirus is being reported.

Mumbai: The risk of covid infection is constantly increasing. A third possible wave of coronavirus is being reported. This wave can be dangerous for young children, it has been warned. So there is a big responsibility to keep young children away from covid infection. At the same time, patients with mild symptoms should be shifted to the hospital at home so that they can be treated in a timely manner so that their lives can be saved. Medical experts have said that the third possible wave of smallpox could also be found in children, and the government has instructed the administration to plan ahead.

Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has given various important instructions that oxygen facilities should be available in every municipal area in the next few days and there should be no need to depend on anyone for this. On Sunday, the Chief Minister held a meeting with the Commissioners of Mumbai and all the Municipal Corporations in the Mumbai metropolitan area as well as the Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation through a televised system to review the measures regarding Kovid. Similarly instructed to plan rigorously to face a possible third wave. Additional Chief Secretary to the Chief Minister Ashish Kumar Singh, Additional Chief Secretary to the Health Department Dr. Pradeep Vyas, Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister Vikas Kharge, Secretary Abasaheb Jarhad and various municipal officials were also present on the occasion.

The Chief Minister also reviewed the preparations for the upcoming monsoon in the cities and the preparations made to deal with the possible disasters. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said that while fighting Kovid like last year, it is very important for patients suffering from other diseases to get treatment on time. During the rainy season, malaria, cholera, jaundice, leptospirosis, dengue and other contagious diseases spread, he said, adding that there should be a separate system for non-covid patients to treat covid.

Need to pay attention to young children along with seniors
While the first wave is particularly prevalent among seniors and the elderly, the second wave is more prevalent among children between the ages of 30 and 50, but also among young children. The Chief Minister also said that if this number increases further in the coming wave, you should make a complete plan and keep the treatment rooms of the children in the hospitals well equipped.

Currently, the number of patients seems to be stable in many municipal areas. The Chief Minister also directed that every municipality should be self-sufficient in oxygen in view of the potential danger of the third wave and should not depend on anyone else for oxygen under any circumstances, stock of medicines, adequate number of ventilators should be ensured.

Informing about the measures taken by the Municipal Corporation, Mumbai Municipal Commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal said that immediate steps have been taken to provide test reports to the patients, increase contact and coordination with the citizens through ward war rooms in Mumbai and increase the number of vaccination centers through various means. Thane, Kalyan Dombivali, Mira Bhayander, Bhiwandi Nizampur, Panvel, Navi Mumbai, Vasai Virar Municipal Commissioners as well as Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Commissioners have been stabilizing the number of patients in their respective areas but there is still a challenge to prevent patients from going into critical condition. Reported to be coming.

At this time, Dr. Task Force. Shashank Joshi said that due to sudden deterioration in the health of mild and asymptomatic patients and late hospitalization, the mortality rate has increased. He said that more attention should be paid to the health of patients at the hospital as remedesivir, steroids use, plasma utility, especially at night.

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