Convulsive plasma therapy, widely used in hospitals to treat moderate coronavirus patients, has been removed from the Center’s list of COVID-19 therapies. The National Covid Task Force took the decision because the experimental process was found to be ineffective in reducing disease progression or mortality.
News agency PTI reported that all members of the task force, including senior officials, scientists and top doctors, were in favor of removing plasma therapy from treatment guidelines.
Meanwhile, India’s COVID-19 tally rose 2,49,65,463 on Monday with 2,81,386 fresh cases, the lowest in 27 days, while the death toll rose to 2,74,390, as the union reported 4,106 more people. Succumbed to this disease. Health Ministry Statistics
The number of active cases is 35,16,997, which is 14.09 percent of the total infections. Data updated at 8 am shows that the national recovery rate has improved to 84.81 percent.
It said that the number of people recovering from the disease increased to 2,11,74,076, while the death rate of the case is 1.10 percent.
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The Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Monday decided to release the jail inmates in the Union Territory on 90-day interim bail in view of the Supreme Court’s instructions.
An official spokesperson said that a high-powered committee headed by Justice Ali Mohammed Magre of the High Court decided in March 2020 to release all the prison inmates as per the directions of the Supreme Court.
Mr. Magre directed the Jammu and Kashmir Legal Services Authority (JKLSA) to coordinate with the other two members of the committee to know the category of convicts and those under consideration, who can also be released as per the directions of the Supreme Court. is.
After the completion of this exercise, a report will be placed before the committee, the spokesperson said.
The health department said the number of daily COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra fell below the 30,000 mark on Monday, with 26,616 new infections reported in the state, bringing the count to 54,05,068.
It was the lowest single-day count since March 30 when the state reported 27,918 infections.
According to a health department statement, there were also 516 COVID-19 deaths, taking the number of deaths from respiratory disease to 82,486.
Of the total deaths, 289 occurred in the last 48 hours, while 227 deaths occurred last week, but added to the count on Monday, it said.
The statement said that 48,211 patients were discharged from hospitals during the day, bringing the number of cases to be cured to 48,74,582.