The Gurugram district found 196 more Covid-19 positive cases on Tuesday. The situation is alarming now the tally has zoomed up to 12,113.
As of now a total of 133 persons have lost their lives in the district so far.
The figures of COVID active patients are 1,048. A total of 10,932 have been cured and discharged including 142 on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Coronavirus test rates in Haryana have been fixed at Rs 1,600, down from the current Rs 2,400 and Rs 8,500 for the plasma.
According to officials in the district administration, all arrangements, be it isolation facilities or sample testing and admission of severely infected patients have been ensured. No corona infected patient will have difficulty in getting treatment, they added.
Claiming medical preparedness to tackle the present Covid-19 situation in the district Gurugram, Deputy Commissioner Amit Khatri said that a provision of about 4500 beds and 350 ventilators in both private and government hospitals have been made.
Apart from these, another 1000 beds are being arranged, so there will be no shortage of treatment facilities for the Covid-19 patients in the district.
The district health department has also stated a second round of a sero survey in which about hundreds of people have been tested.
“The purpose of this survey is to monitor the population of Stork-Cove 2 infection in the district. Out of 850 persons selected for the sero surveillance survey, 500 are from rural and 350 are from urban areas,” said civil surgeon Gurugram, Dr. Virendra Yadav.
The official further informed that 44 clusters have been placed in each cluster in rural areas which will be surveyed.
“This survey will consist of stratified multi-stage sampling, in which samples will be taken with the consent of people above 18 years of age. Also, a supervisor will be designated to monitor the clusters,” Yadav said.