Hospitalization is increasing in Noida and Ghaziabad, many people are going to other cities

Officials have said that the number of Covid patients admitted to hospitals in the twin cities of Noida and Ghaziabad is increasing by the day, but that many of them are from other districts.
Approximately 125-150 Covid patients are currently being treated in government and private facilities in Noida, according to officials. Around 40 of them are from other districts. Approximately 120 patients are currently undergoing hospital treatment in Ghaziabad. Around 80 of them are from other countries.
Officials stated that data on the number of patients in private hospitals was still being compiled. Bhavtosh Shankhdhar, the Ghaziabad chief medical officer, said he had written to private facilities for information on the number of patients from other districts and states.

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“In addition to personal information, the department has requested information on the patients’ health.” The CMO added, “We should know if they needed oxygen therapy or ICU admission.”
The majority of these patients are being treated at two hospitals in the trans-Hindon area. Yashoda Hospital in Kaushambi is one of them, with around 35 patients currently being treated, including those from other states and districts such as Delhi, Baghpat, Meerut, and Bijnor.
The majority of the patients, on the other hand, have only minor symptoms. The patients had symptoms such as a cold, cough, sore throat, breathlessness, and vomiting, as well as a low oxygen saturation level, according to doctors.

Noida and Ghaziabad,
Noida and Ghaziabad,

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The health department in Noida is also collecting information on these patients. The majority of the patients from other districts, according to sources, were in private facilities.
Thirty patients are currently being treated at the Noida Covid Hospital, a dedicated government facility. Dr. Tritya Saxena, the medical superintendent, said they were all Noida residents. Four of the patients, according to the doctor, were in ICU due to comorbidities.

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At the moment, Sharda Hospital has only two patients. “Though we are getting around 40-60 patients daily, only two patients are being admitted right now,” said Dr. Ajit Kumar of the hospital. People with no or mild symptoms are given medicines and told to stay at home, while those with more serious health problems are admitted.”
At the moment, the Government Institute of Medical Sciences (GIMS) in Greater Noida has around 60 patients, some of whom are from nearby districts such as Baghpat, Bijnor, and Meerut. “The situation is under control,” hospital director Dr. Rakesh Gupta said. “There is no shortage of beds.”
So far, no Covid-related deaths have been reported in any of the districts during the current phase of the pandemic.

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