LUCKNOW: The state capital on Saturday reported one demise amongst Covid constructive sufferers and 191 new cases, whereas 42 sufferers recovered.
Within the state, 688 new cases have been reported whereas 208 sufferers recovered. The variety of energetic Covid cases in state crossed the 3000-mark and reached 3059. At current 68 districts have energetic covid cases.
In Lucknow, the 68-year-old man who died was admitted to Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences.
“The affected person was affected by diabetes mellitus, hypertension, tuberculosis and power kidney illness and was underneath remedy at Regency Hospital. After he examined constructive for Covid he was admitted to the PGI,” mentioned chief medical officer of Lucknow Dr Manoj Agrawal in a press assertion.
The earlier demise amongst Covid sufferers in Lucknow occurred on April 4. Until now, Lucknow has reported a complete of 2703 deaths amongst Covid sufferers.
Among the many 191 new Covid cases in Lucknow, 29 have been reported from NK Street, 14 from Chowk, 19 from Sarojininagar, 21 from Indira Nagar, 25 from Aliganj, 21 from Alambagh and 26 from Chinhat. Throughout the day, 42 sufferers recovered in Lucknow. The variety of energetic Covid cases at current is 717.
Personal centres requested to cost in accordance with order
In a reminder to non-public diagnostic centres, the well being division has requested them to cost Covid sufferers in accordance with authorities order issued in January 2022.
“A pattern taken at lab must be charged ₹700 and ₹900 if the RTPCR pattern collected from affected person’s dwelling. The antigen take a look at must be charged ₹250 and ₹1250 of TrueNat take a look at,” mentioned the round from Dr Manoj Agrawal, chief medical officer of Lucknow, to all non-public hospitals and diagnostic labs within the state capital. The order was additionally issued in December 2022 as a reminder.
For as much as 16 slice CT scan, most ₹2000 might be charged whereas for CT scan between 16 and 64 slice, ₹2250 and for over 64 slides ₹2,500 must be charged, mentioned the CMO.