New Delhi: The government on Monday changed the guidelines for the treatment of Covid-19 and removed the use of plasma therapy for the treatment of patients from the guidelines for the treatment of corona. In the treatment of Covid-19 patients, the government found that plasma therapy did not prove beneficial in eliminating severe illness and reducing death cases.
Plasma therapy is not benefiting
During the meeting last week of the National Task Force-ICMR constituted for Covid-19 (Coronavirus), all the members agreed to remove PlasmaTherapy from the guidelines for the treatment of Corona, after which the Government’s decision has come out. Plasma therapy is not effective in the treatment of Covid-19 patients.
Medical experts gave warning at the beginning
An Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) official said the task force removed plasma therapy by amending the Corona treatment guidelines for Covid-19 patients. It is worth mentioning that some medical experts and scientists have made Principal Scientific Advisor K.K. Vijayaraghavan cautioned the use of plasma therapy for Covid-19 treatment in the country as irrational and non-scientific use. Let us tell you that many such cases occurred in which corona patients could not be saved even after plasma therapy.
Less than 3 lakh cases arrived in 24 hours
On Monday, 2,81,386 new cases of Covid-19 were reported in India. After this, the number of infected in the country increased to 2,49,65,463. These are the least new cases reported in a day in the last 27 days. In the last 24 hours, 4,106 people died due to infection. With this, the death toll increased to 2,74,390.
84.51 per cent of people have recovered from Corona
According to the Union Health Ministry, 35,16,997 people are currently undergoing treatment for coronavirus infection, which is 14.09 per cent of the total cases. According to the data, a total of 2,11,74,076 people have recovered from the infection in the country and the national rate of recovery of patients is 84.81 per cent. At the same time, the death rate from Covid-19 is 1.10 per cent.