- Needless to say, the rest of the hospital moved home
- Coronavirus numbers also decline
- More than 20,000 patients are discharged daily after May 2
Bengaluru News: The drop in the number of coronavirus infections in the city and the increasing number of hospital discharge home patients is somewhat comforting.
On May 1, 18,341 were released from the hospital. More than 20,000 patients have been discharged daily since May 2. On May 12, 34,752 were released. On May 13, 16,084 were recovered.
Hospital stay in fear: Most of the people who have gotten a hard bed have difficulty getting back to the hospital if they have a problem after returning home. Deciding on the best way to get as much healing as possible is being treated in the hospital.
Although the doctors prescribe discharge, some people who are cured have been in the hospital for 20-30 days. This results in the treatment of patients in serious conditions. Seeing this, many hospitals are sending patients home in need.
According to sources, there are a total of 9,242 hospitals, including 6,500 at 1 to 10 days, 1,900 at 11 to 20 days, 503 at 20 days, and 337 over 30 days.
CM Release of Patients: CM, first of all, was bored of this growth. The hospital authorities had been instructed to release those who had been in the hospital for a long time.
In Silicon City, the rate of infection detection rose to 38.57 percent and the mortality rate was 1.08 percent. More than 500 cases of infection were reported in each of the 133 wards of the school. The highest number was 31,436 in the outskirts of Mahadevapura and 31,160 in the Bommanahalli zone.