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Rajasthan: Two and a half year old child dies of corona in Rajasthan, 18 new positives found. 1 News Track English

Coronavirus in Rajasthan: A two-and-a-half-year-old child died of Kovid-19 in Rajasthan and 18 new cases of the disease were reported across the state on Thursday. He was referred to the capital from Chaumu town, where 12 positive cases have been reported. Four cases were reported in Ajmer with one each in Baran and Pali.

The child was from Chaumu town

Actually, the two-and-a-half-year-old child who died from Corona was a resident of Chaumu town of Jaipur district. According to the information, the parents of the child are laborers and after his health deteriorated recently, his Kovid test was done. He was admitted to RUHS after the test report came positive.

Where he died after being treated for about four days. Jaipur CMHO Dr. Narottam Sharma said that now a team will be sent to investigate the parents of that child and samples of people who came in contact with them will also be sent for testing.

CM convened a review meeting to review the situation of Kovid-19 and Dengue

A two-and-a-half-year-old child died of Kovid-19 in Chief Minister Rajasthan and 18 new cases of the disease were reported across the state on Thursday. At the same time, today CM Ashok Gehlot has called a meeting this morning to review the situation of Kovid-19 and Dengue in the state. Medical and Health Officer Narottam Sharma said that a team would be sent to Chomu for sampling those who came in contact with the boy and his family.

At present there are 95 active cases in Rajasthan (Covid-19 in Rajasthan), treatment of these patients is going on. These include 61 cases from Jaipur. To ensure that the cases do not increase, the Medical and Health Department has directed the officials to take special vigil and strictly follow the COVID-19 guidelines.

Cases increase by ignoring corona guidelines in festive season

At the same time, Vaibhav Galaria, Secretary, Medical Department, said that the guidelines for corona virus are being largely ignored during the festive season and the ongoing wedding season. As a result the number of infections has increased. He said officials have been directed to ensure a five-pronged strategy of test, track, treat, vaccinate and treat.

The Secretary said that the officials have been asked to increase the number of COVID-19 tests in the districts and immediately test the people who came in contact with the patients so that the spread of the disease can be stopped immediately. Together they have advised people to take both doses of the corona vaccine.

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