India’s first patient is recovered fully from Coronavirus in Delhi. A 45-year-old man from the locality of Mayur Vihar Phase II was admitted in Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital confirming the Coronavirus infection. On Saturday, the hospital declared that the man is completely recovered from the viral infection.
The 45-year-old man is identified as a traveller from Italy who reached India on February 22. He was seemingly interacting with a lot of people and hosted several meetings. He also organized a birthday party for his sun at Hyatt hotel just before few days he became susceptible to Coronavirus . After the symptoms were diagnosed, he was isolated on March 2 at the hospital.
Public Health Department Revelation on Coronavirus
The Public Health Department of Delhi took the case severely and traced back to the people whomever he was in contact with. They managed to find 105 people in the meantime to check the possibilities for any positive cases or symptoms to be found. Out of the 41 are from Delhi while 64 of them from outside the city. Before he was isolated, he has met a lot of business people, friends and family.
After finding the people, a total of 19 samples were sent for the CoVid-19 test. The people were considered under risk stratification, but none of the required any isolation in the hospital officials confirmed.
The hospital and Public Health welfare departments are happy with the successful recovery of CoronaVirus. This offers some hope feeling to the people who are stressed due to the outbreak of the novel virus. People panicked so much, and they should understand that the virus causes are different depending on the patients, although 80% of the infected people have a mild illness like a rough cough or common cold. The elderly people who already have an underlying illness like diabetes and other chronic problems are in the high risk for developing the virus in them. Even though the complications are higher people have to believe that recovery is still possible.
What is the current situation in India?
In Delhi, the cases reported have increased to seven people as per the revelations of Government on Saturday. Even the person recovered was quarantined at Manesar Camp, which is directly monitored by the Government only. He is a resident of Rajasthan, and there are no such cases found near the locality as of now.
She is saying that one COvid-19 death also has been reported from the same city. A 68-year old woman who had been tested positive recently passed on Friday. Even she had diabetes and hypertension in medical history reveals the hospital. There are chances that it could be one of the reasons for the aggravations of the virus in the woman.
Similarly, in North Karnataka, a 76-year-old man from Kalburgi was admitted in hospital and tested for novel coronavirus. He died earlier on March 10 which marked the first-ever death in the country due to Covid-19. He had travelled to Saudi Arabia recently, and there is a possibility for acquiring them during the travel.
Across India, there are totally 84 cases reported because of Covid-19, which also includes 17 foreign nationals. However, the hope lies on the ten people who have completely recovered from the virus infection and are back home on Saturday.