The 4 patients with Chhattisgarh coronavirus were discharged, reducing the count to two in the state.
RAIPUR: The four patients from Chhattisgarh recovered on Sunday and were discharged from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and Rajnandgaon Medical College cum hospital respectively. As of now, Chhattisgarh has only two CoVID-19 patients admitted.
According to information, until Sunday around 1949, CoVID-19 samples were analyzed at AIIMS. Three patients with CoVID-19 were reported to be negatively admitted to AIIMS and the fourth patient admitted had a negative result on Sunday night. The two existing patients are from the district admitted to AIIMS.
AIIMS Director Dr. said: “Three patients were recently admitted to an isolation room. They received treatment according to the protocol of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). Their two consecutive tests over the past two days were negative, and the doctors on the medical board later decided to discharge them. All three patients were dispatched by ambulance to their home in different locations in Raipur and are advised to keep the quarantine at home for 14 days. All discharged patients are advised to maintain personal hygiene and maintain social distance for at least 14 days.
Now, there are two more patients in AIIMS Raipur receiving treatment under the supervision of superior doctors. Both belong to Korba. So far, six patients have been discharged by AIIMS Raipur after the coronavirus outbreak in the state. The first patient was admitted to AIIMS on March 19.
Dr. Nagarkar attributed this success to the doctors, officers, nurses, and technical personnel. ‘We deliver this result because we have worked as a team. We are receiving the full support of the Ministry of Health and the State Department of Health. With your continued support, we will continue to deliver such success in the future as well, he added.